Assessor’s Satellite Office at Human Services Center Closing

Effective Thursday, Feb. 27, at 4:30 p.m., the Assessor’s Satellite Office at HSC, 11860 Pecos St., Westminster, will close. All operations will return to the main office at the Government Center, 4430 S. Adams County Pkwy., Brighton. The Assessor’s office can be reached via email or phone: 720.523.6038.

Adams County Hosts Panel for Foster Parents

Adams County Hosts Panel for Foster Parents

In 2019, Adams County became the first county to host a foster parent panel in Colorado, leading the way for other counties to provide similar panels. The purpose of the panel was to help foster parents better understand the court system.

Suncor to Conduct Fire Extinguisher Training

Suncor to Conduct Fire Extinguisher Training

Suncor’s Emergency Response Team (ERT) will be conducting fire extinguisher training on Wednesday, Feb. 12, from approximately 1 to 3 p.m.

The fire extinguisher training will take place at the Plant 1 fire training grounds on the western edge of the Commerce City refinery property. During the training, there will likely be flames and smoke produced. Local stakeholders, regulatory agencies, and local government officials have been notified.

Tri-County Health Department

Tri-County Health Department Closely Watching Novel Coronavirus

Tri-County Health Department (TCHD) is working with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) to monitor residents with recent travel to China for 2019 Novel Coronavirus, (2019-nCoV) infection as they return to Colorado. While the risk to the general public is low, and Colorado has no confirmed cases, TCHD is monitoring some travelers who recently returned from mainland China as a precautionary measure to be sure they are not experiencing symptoms of 2019-nCoV.

17th Judicial District’s Veterans Treatment Court Accredited

Recently, the Colorado Supreme Court accredited Adams County’s 17th Judicial District Veterans Treatment Court for implementing outstanding, evidence-based, and proven practices. This is the first Veterans Treatment Court in the state to receive such an accreditation.

“It is an honor for Adams County to have the first accredited Veterans Treatment Court in Colorado,” says Emma Pinter, Board of County Commissioners Chair. “This is one of many wonderful programs we provide to Adams County veterans, and it’s great to see it recognized by the Colorado Supreme Court.”