The Affordable Connectivity Programs gives eligible Colorado households up to $30 off of their monthly internet bills, as well as a $100 discount on laptops, tablets or desktop computers.
Ordinance 22-02, "Prohibiting Firearms in All County Buildings" to be continued to September 6 Regular Meeting
Due to a publishing error, Ordinance 22-02, "Prohibiting Firearms in All County Buildings" will be continued to the September 6 Regular Meeting. This is to ensure that we are in compliance with State law and County policy in regard to proper publishing of public notices in our two newspapers of record, the Weekly Register-Call and the Mountain-Ear.
Please reach out to the County Manager's Office via (303) 582-5214 should you have any questions regarding this decision.
Gilpin County Funding Request for Budget year 2023 are now available.
Transportation survey to help the Peak to Peak (Central City to Lyons) region. Please take and pass on the link to get your opinion heard.
Congrats to Clinica Family Health on the grand opening of their new clinic in Gilpin County! Find them at 972 Golden Gate Canyon Rd., Ste. 300.
Also be sure to check out the Clinica stand at the upcoming Gilpin County Fair!
Residents should note that portions of Gilpin County will be host to the Sturgeon Electric Charity Ride and Rally and the Ned Gravel Cycling Race this coming weekend. Expect additional road and foot traffic than is usual.
THIS IS NOT A PROMOTION OF THESE EVENTS
THE GILPIN COUNTY GOVERNMENT IS NOT A SPONSOR OF THESE EVENTS
As natural disasters grow more severe across the country, local governments are increasingly using predictive analytics to understand where and when an emergency will impact their communities. Click here to read more.
From the US Forest Service:
"Manual thinning and hand piling activities will begin on the 2021 South Zone Manual Treatment Contract located on the Clear Creek Ranger District beginning the week of June 6, 2022. In addition, we anticipate that mechanical treatment will continue on the Misery Timber Sale within the next few weeks. These projects address 139 acres of hazardous fuels north and west of Central City, including areas near Pickle Gulch and Cold Springs campgrounds."
The Clerk's Office is soliciting public comment for the second phase of surveys to determine the location for the November 8, 2022 election (per CRS 1-5-102.9). Survey will be available through June 11, 2022 and can be found here: Open Town Hall - November Election Location - Issue