Garfield County installs historic right of way signs
During September, Garfield County will begin installing road signs defining public access along historic rights of way in the county. The signs are intended to inform the public where historic routes exist. press release-| Historic rights of way-|
CLOSURE: Baxter Pass, in western Garfield County, is impassable due to flooding. The flood effects are extensive, rendering the road closed, even to 4x4 vehicles.
October 2 -South Canyon Road will close from 7 am to 5 pm Thursday, October 2. Union Pacific Railroad will be working on the railroad crossing.
The City of Glenwood is developing a Long Range Transportation Master Plan, and needs citizen input. The plan will develop a multi-modal transportation system of trails, bikeways, sidewalks, transit options and motor vehicles.
Huge new supplies of North American natural gas have turned the gas production and consumption markets upside down. October 2 learn more from Chris Wright, CEO of Liberty Resources and Liberty Oilfield Services.
Enterovirus D68 risks are exacerbated for children with asthma. Wash hands well, avoid touching faces, kissing, hugging, and sharing cups or eating utensils with people who are sick. Disinfect frequently.
September 9 - Prescribed fires scheduled for wildlife habitat improvement projects press release-| September 8 - Forest Service to reissue special use permits on the Aspen-Sopris Ranger Districtpress release-|
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
This is the official website of Garfield County government in west central Colorado. The county covers nearly two million acres of land, ranging from rugged alpine mountains to high mountain desert plateaus, and about 60% of its land is publicly owned. Home to more than 56,000 people, Garfield County boasts incredible outdoor adventures, a premier seasonal climate and has major rail, interstate and air access. Industries include energy development, tourism, ranching and farming. more-|