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Commissioners call Denver’s migrant population issue a threat to public health and safety

Posted on October 19, 2023 2023News and Events


Seeking to limit the potential for disputes about the ability of Douglas County to provide services to migrant populations, the Board of Douglas County Commissioners adopted a resolution at their Oct. 12 Special Business Meeting sending a message to the City and County of Denver: Douglas County is not a sheltering solution to Denver’s migrant population crisis.

A Resolution Regarding Migrant Response is intended to not only affirm that Douglas County is not a sanctuary jurisdiction the resolution also calls on the cities and counties in the Denver Metropolitan Area – including the City and County of Denver and the new Denver Mayor – to publicly do the same.

For details watch the Oct. 12 Special Business Meeting and the news conference that followed.

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