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Safety a priority as county offices set to reopen

Posted on 05/01/2020
Safety a priority as county offices set to reopen

In continuing its mission of providing important services to residents, Weld County Government will begin gradually reopening its offices to the public beginning Monday, May 4. As the process of reopening occurs, the public can expect some changes implemented to protect both themselves and county employees.

“While our offices have been closed to the public, our departments have continued to assist our residents electronically or over the phone,” Weld County Commissioner Chair Mike Freeman said. "That will continue during our gradual reopening, but we’re also looking forward to assisting the public in person again. We want people to know that we’ve taken several steps across our departments to ensure we serve them in a manner consistent with COVID-19 best practice guidelines.”

Each Weld County department has established procedures for reopening that have been reviewed by the Board of Commissioners. These procedures emphasize continued physical distancing, limit the number of people in a building at any one time, and follow other safety guidelines established by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The procedures for each department can be found at Specific procedures for the Weld County Administration Building, Clerk and Recorder’s Office – Motor Vehicles and Department of Human Services (DHS) are outlined below:

Administration Building:

Hours of operation: Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tape has been placed along the lobby floor to remind those visitors to remain six feet apart. During board meetings, chairs in the audience will remain six feet apart. Extra rooms have been designated to ensure if the board room reaches capacity, the public can still view the meeting remotely from those rooms. Visitors to the Administration Building are asked to wear a mask if possible.

Clerk and Recorder’s Office – Motor Vehicle Division (All locations):

The lobby will be open to the public by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, call the appropriate office: Greeley (970) 304-6525, Del Camino: (720) 652-4201, Fort Lupton: (303) 857-4635. Hours of operation: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for in person appointments, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for service over the phone. Visitors are asked to observe social distancing and wear a mask if possible.


All services will continue to be provided remotely. The lobbies will be open on a limited basis. Individuals 60 and older or those with a documented circumstance considered to be high risk may request an appointment Monday through Friday from 8:30 to 9:45 a.m. Appointments for individuals not in a high-risk category may request an individual appointment between 9:45 a.m-4:30 p.m. Individuals without access to a computer may also call to schedule an appointment. Contact information for each division of DHS can be found on this site.