New human resources director
Diane Hayes, JD, MBA, SPHR, an east coast attorney with 20 years of human resource management experience, leaves Vermont to begin work for Garfield County as its human resources director September 8.
July 29 - Mass-casualty drill cancelled.
July 9 - Pneumonic plague found in a Colorado resident and pet dog on Front Range press release-|
The Human Services Commission distributes a portion of county sales tax revenues dedicated to human services needs to eligible applicants that are non-profit agencies. Grant applications are now available for the 2015 grant cycle.
Gardeners, farmers, and producers may donate whole, unprocessed produce to LIFT-UP and the senior nutrition program through LiveWell Garfield County. Produce offers nutrition to those affected by poverty and seniors.
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-|