This year has presented unique challenges, but the planning and management for critical services never stops. Commissioner Holen will provide updates on recent and upcoming projects and initiatives that affect our diverse communities. A Virtual Conversation with Commissioner Bill L. Holen Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2020 7-8 p.m. At the time of the event, listen in and ask questions by either: – Calling 855-436-3656 – Visiting our website at arapahoegov.com/townhall SPREAD THE NEWS COMMENT, Like, Follow & SHARE @I70Scout CURRENT EDITION WEATHER & TRAFFIC PUZZLES RECENT NEWS ADVERTISE WITH US
Join representatives from Arapahoe County, A/D Works!, and Tri-County Health Dept. on July 30 at 7 p.m. to get your questions answered. Thursday’s Telephone Town Hall will focus on employment resources and training available to job seekers, and also offer compliance guidance to businesses aiming to keep both their employees and patrons safe. At the time of the event, listen in and ask your question by: Calling 855-436-3656 (*3 to ask a question) or Visiting arapahoegov.com/townhall SPREAD THE NEWS COMMENT, Like, Follow & SHARE @I70Scout CURRENT EDITION WEATHER & TRAFFIC Read More
Arapahoe County is following Tri-County Health Department and CDC guidelines that cover what steps to take when an employee tests positive, and the one employee who tested positive is quarantining.
LITTLETON — Small- and medium-sized businesses across Arapahoe County have the opportunity to access fiscal assistance to help with recovery from the COVID-19 crisis. Officials announced June 22 that the Arapahoe County CARES Program has commenced Advance Arapahoe, a $6 million grant program to provide support and retain jobs at businesses throughout the county. The county received $114.5 million in federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Security (CARES) Act grant monies. “This is one of the first grant programs we’re launching through the Arapahoe County CARES Program, and it willRead More
Closure will include the building’s Voter Service and Polling Center
Although some businesses have reopened under the new Safer at Home guidelines, Arapahoe County buildings remain closed to the public as we continue to put safety measures in place. Safety measures include retrofitting public points of contact with plexiglass, rearranging public waiting areas and staggering employee schedules to ensure social distancing, posting safety guidelines signage at each building, deep cleaning “high contact” areas, and more. Buildings will only be reopened when we can ensure that we can do so safely. Details on reopening will be announced in theRead More
The Arapahoe County Board of County Commissioners has announced that all county facilities will remain closed to the public effective through at least April 17, 2020. This closure is designed to help curb the spread of COVID-19, and the decision is consistent with guidelines issued by the White House, and by state and public health officials. The county will continue to make a number of its services available online, and many county operations will continue during this closure. The Board of County Commissioners is working closely with the Tri-County HealthRead More
Arapahoe County today issued a local emergency proclamation to unlock resources, organize county response strategies and provide additional assistance for municipalities that are dealing with COVID-19, the coronavirus.
Woman is isolated at home while Tri-County Health Department begins investigation
A serial rapist was sentenced Friday to 90 years to life in prison for an attack on a woman on a Littleton trail.