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Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree, where shall I recycle thee…

Christmas has come and gone. Now what to do with that tree? Douglas County and its local municipalities have multiple locations where you can drop off your tree beginning the day after Christmas. County-operated sites include: Bayou Gulch, 4815 Fox Sparrow Road, Parker Challenger Regional Park, 17299 E. Lincoln Ave., Parker Fairgrounds Regional Park, 500… Read On

Douglas County is first in Metro Denver approved for state’s 5 Star Program

Christmas arrived early for Douglas County and its businesses with word from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) on Wed., Dec., 23, stating “Douglas County meets 10 days of stable and declining hospitalizations and may now authorize certified businesses to open.” With this news 33 Certified COVID Best Practice Businesses – 18… Read On

Douglas County among first to seek approval for business “lifeline” variance from CDPHE

Douglas County today was among the first to submit the required application and letters of support to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) seeking a variance that, if approved, will allow increased occupancy for local businesses – including restaurants. Known as the 5 Star State Certification Program or the 5 Star Variance… Read On