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2020

County’s slash-mulch site opens for the season April 4

Have you been spending your stay-at-home time doing yard clean-up? Great news – removing tree limbs, shrubs and brush (slash) from your property is essential for wildfire risk reduction. Now there are two Douglas County locations to dispose of this unwanted slash. Douglas County’s slash-mulch site, at 1400 Caprice Drive in Castle Rock, opens April… Read On

Traffic Alerts

Traffic Alerts – April 2020 This alert page is a one-stop-shop to keep up with construction, maintenance, and repair projects around Douglas County. Updates are added throughout the month as we receive information. Check back regularly to see what’s happening that might impact you. Other Projects in Douglas County and surrounding areas that will affect… Read On

County Assessor offers no penalty, two-month extension for Business Personal Property Declarations

Good news for business owners in Douglas County who face an upcoming deadline to file their business personal property declarations. Douglas County Assessor, Lisa Frizell, has extended the deadline to June 15 with no late penalties imposed.  “Considering the public health crisis impacting us all, this is the right action to take,” said Frizell. There… Read On

Effective immediately Douglas County now under Governor Polis’ Stay at Home orders

Effective immediately, the citizens and businesses in Douglas County are now under the State of Colorado’s stay-at-home orders. Moments ago, Tri-County Health Department issued a statement rescinding their stay at home orders originally issued on March 25. In the Tri-County statement is the message that their action will “ensure social distancing requirements are consistent across… Read On

Statement: Metro Denver public health departments rescind Stay at Home Public Health Orders; adopt state Order

Boulder County Public Health, Jefferson County Public Health and Tri-County Health Department applaud Gov. Polis and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment for issuing a Stay at Home Public Health Order effective Mar. 26 to protect the health and safety of our communities. After much discussion and consideration, our three local health departments… Read On