OBH is applying for almost $14.9 million per year for two years to increase access to treatment for opioid use disorder. Stakeholder feedback is welcome.
You have probably seen it many times and thought to yourself, "what a waste of good clean water!" Flushing hydrants can be frustrating to residents, but now you will understand why it is very important! While it may seem like a waste of good clean water, flushing of hydrants is essential to keeping your water safe and maintain the integrity of a pipe. Flushing hydrants can be done to not only test the fire flow capacity in the event of a fire, but also to remove sediment and rust from the water, or to maintain proper chlorine concentrations in your area.
Mineral County Board of Commissioners will hold their mid-month meeting on Tuesday, July 19, 2018 beginning at 9 am at the temporary location of the Mineral County Courthouse (625 Forest Rd 504.1A). Agenda
A new report from the Colorado Crisis Steering Committee provides recommendations to the Colorado Department of Human Services for upgrades to the behavioral health crisis system.
In May, the Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management posted a solicitation for database support for a Disaster Assistance Response Tool (DART) platform to support our new Private Sector Program. The Private Sector Program includes the Colorado Business Emergency Operations Center (BEOC). The platform includes six modules that will allow our private sector and business communities to support disaster response and recovery efforts within Colorado.
Thank you to all the Election Judges that worked before, during and after the June 26, 2018 Primary Election. Congratulations on adapting to new processes for this historical election in which unaffiliated voters were able to cast a primary election ballot for the first time ever in Colorado automatically without affiliating with that party.
Your hard work and dedication made the election process go smoothly in Logan County and is appreciated more than you will ever know! The Logan County Clerk’s Office could not do all that we need to get done without all of you.
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The Spring Fire began on Wednesday, June 27 and has grown to 107,627 acres. The Spring Fire is 70 percent contained as of July 9, 2018. Alamosa is 30 miles west of the fire and safe from potential burn but with certain weather patterns our community may be affected by smoke from the fire.