It was a rough start, but with patience, additional resources did arrive - the Dumpsters! We had many helping hands like Amy, Brendan and Emer Johnson, volunteers Patti Heber, Richard Simons and Bonnie Burke (who even brought homemade cookies!), Yvonne & Dillon Lionette and Christa & Bryan Golding. There were a lot of neighbors helping neighbors as we filled every bin to the top. Foxfield powerhouses Gene Rolfson, Greg Anderson and Chris Scoville made sure everything was being compacted and every ounce of space utilized. Terracare worked endlessly unloading and chipping branches.
The Mineral County Courthouse will be closed for business on Monday, June 17, 2019 from 1 pm to 4 pm to allow staff and officials to celebrate the opening of the new courthouse. Business will resume at 8 am on Tuesday, June 18, 2019. Thank you for your patience!
Question: We are looking into improving our crisis line practices. Is there anything that would help us ensure that we are adhering to best practices? Click to learn more!
DVP recognizes how challenging it is for domestic violence advocacy organizations to demonstrate the positive impact of their work. DVP is excited to offer Colorado organizations support as they begin to implement the MOVERS (Measurement of Victim Empowerment Related to Safety) tool. Learn more about this now!
Our Town Museum houses unique items and artifacts from the early
gold and silver mining days of Red Cliff.
here is also a special section dedicated to the originial school (1935).
Motor Vehicle Information:
Proof of Insurance is required in Motor Vehicle for most transactions. Please bring your proof of insurance with you.