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Fee for Slash Drop-off is $20 per load, cash only. Load parameters are; trailer up to 8 feet by 4 feet. Collection sites will accept the following items only; slash to include limbs, tree debris and pine needs with a maximum length of 8 feet and … more
Jefferson County Public Health provides seasonal flu shots for individuals six months and older at its Lakewood clinic by appointment only. Please call 303-239-7078 to make an appointment. There is an administrative fee of $21.68 per vaccine. … more
Jeffco Open Space and The Access Fund will celebrate the ownership transfer of the Golden Cliffs rock-climbing area at North Table Mountain Park Friday, Oct. 24, 3-4 p.m. at the Peery Trailhead on the south portion of the mesa. The Access Fund came … more
The Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA) approved National Agency Accreditation for Jeffco Open Space and Parks, recognizing its commitment to excellence. The accreditation process is a comprehensive self-evaluation … more
CenturyLink, in partnership with the Public Education Business Coalition, is helping to connect teachers with technology in the classroom. The CenturyLink Clarke M. Williams Foundation’s Teachers and Technology grant program opened its application … more
The Jefferson County Public Library received a $17,353 grant to support its Digital U program designed to expand technology outreach to Jeffco residents that will create a mobile fleet of laptop computers and devices that can be delivered to … more
State legislators may be tasked with reviewing provisions for the Colorado Civil Union Act next year, as well as the state statute on marriage, following Colorado’s decision to allow for gay marriage in early October. Questions about how civil … more
To find campaign finance information on any candidate or donor, visit and click the button that says “TRACER.” For candidates, click the button that says “Search Database” and then select “Candidate … more
With ballots now mailed to every registered voter in Colorado, political campaigns and advocacy groups are ramping up efforts aimed at mobilizing a coveted voting bloc — Latinos. Democratic leaders last week urged Latino voters to cast ballots … more
The government’s response to the Ebola virus became a new focal point in Colorado’s U.S. Senate race last week. During an Oct. 15 debate in Denver, Democratic Sen. Mark Udall and his Republican challenger, Congressman Cory Gardner, sparred … more
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