Carly Koppes, Weld County Clerk and Recorder, would like to inform you that you can obtain renewal stickers from the Motor Vehicle kiosk at the King Soopers on the corner of 10th Street and 71st Avenue. The King Soopers is open daily from 5:00 a.m. to Midnight. You now have another option to get your renewal stickers if you cannot make it to our office during business hours! www.weldmotorvehicle.com
WCSO Bike Patrol Unit, Patrol Deputies and Posse member working hard at the Greeley Stampede Concert keeping everyone safe!!! Don’t drink and drive on your way home, please. Make it home alive! #GreeleyStampede2018
Weld County Health Department and Northern Colorado Breastfeeding Coalition recognize the Weld County Treasurer Office for supporting nursing employees. Employers who are supportive reduce barriers and allow nursing employees to achieve their breastfeeding goals. Congratulations Weld County Treasurer Office! For more information please visit, https://www.weldgov.com/cms/One.aspx?portalId=169&pageId=3761
Submitted by: People United For Responsible Government For the last several weeks, District 2 Commissioner Candidate Mike Finn has been telling us about his military service and his “listening” ability, which he claims qualifies him as a “leader”. This claim is questionable, based on his behavior as a member of the Greeley City Council. However, in doing research about the characteristics of great leaders, we ran across a description of
Shooting Investigation – 2500 block of WCR 61 On Thursday, June 21, 2018, at approximately 5:54 pm, Deputies with the Weld County Sheriff’s Office we’re notified of an individual who was being transported to a nearby hospital with an apparent gunshot wound. The condition of the individual remains unknown. Deputies are currently on scene at the 2500 block of Weld County Road 61, east of Kersey. Suspect information is unknown
On Sunday, June 24, between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. our Veterans Service Office staff will be discussing veteran funeral/burial benefits on KFKA 1310 AM. Please tune in to or contact the Veterans Service Office at https://www.weldgov.com/departments/veterans_services.
Today is Windsor Wizards Day! This morning, the Board of County Commissioners proclaimed today, June 20, 2018, as Windsor Wizards Day in honor of the boys swimming and diving team winning the 4A State Championship. “Congratulations. It is an honor to have you here today,” said Weld County Chair Steve Moreno. “You all are leaders and role models in your school, and you will go on to be great leaders
Dog at Large Kills Livestock Animals On June 12, 2018, at approximately 6:27 pm, An Animal Control Officer with the Weld County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 1800 block of Dilmont Avenue, east of Greeley, on a report of animals being neglected. When the Animal Control Officer arrived at the residence, he was not able to contact anyone at the residence, but the animals, two dogs that may be part
The Fort Lupton Voter Service and Polling Center is not open due to the Recreation Center being on lockdown due to a Tornado Warning in the area. Please be safe. www.weldvotes.com Elections Department - Weld CountyThe 2018 Primary Election will be conducted as a Mail Ballot Election. The date of the Primary Election is 06/26/2018. 2018 Notice of Public Logic and Accuracy Testing
Certain areas within Weld County have been described as a child care desert by the Colorado Department of Human Services (DHS) due to a need for more child care providers. To address this need, Weld County DHS has made several large strides to help more people become child care providers, including partnering with United Way of Weld County, North Range Behavioral Health and the Weld County Department of Public Health
Can you help us identify these individuals in the pictures. Deputies would like to talk to them about an on-going investigation. If you have information please call the Weld County Sheriff’s Office Crime Tip Line at 970-304-6464 and reference case number (18W022188) or call the Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) Tips can also be submitted through the Crime Stoppers website at www.crimeshurt.com. Those submitting tips through Crime Stoppers
The following Weld County roads are currently closed due to flooding from the storms we saw last night and today. Please use caution when driving throughout the county and do not pass barricades. WCR 46 from WCR 45 to WCR 47 WCR 18 from WCR 65 to WCR 67 WCR 8 from WCR 45 to WCR 47 WCR 131 from WCR 82 to WCR 84 WCR 62.5 from WCR 51
Golf ball size hail caused damage to one of our deputies patrol cars while en-route to crash in south Weld County. What a storm. Be safe out there.
Heavy rains throughout Weld County have created some road hazards. Heaviest areas reported are in Hudson, Keensburg, Rogen, Prospect Valley areas. Current closures are: WCR 15/ 38 to 40 – tree down across road WCR 46/ 45 to 47 – flooded WCR 18/ 49 to 53 – semi accident WCR 63/ 16 to 16.5 – flooded WCR 18/ 65 flooded WCR 8/ 45 flooded Crews were out most of the
The Colorado Department of Agriculture includes Moth Mullein as a List B species. List B species require suppression management techniques at the minimum. Moth Mullein is an escaped ornamental, biennial (two year) plant. It can grow up to five feet tall and spreads through seed production. Moth Mullein seeds are viable for 90 years. For more information on plants, go to www.weldweeds.org.
Today is University Bulldogs Day! Congratulations to the University Bulldogs Baseball Team for winning the state championship! Today, June 18, 2018, has been proclaimed by the Weld County Commissioners as University Bulldogs Day! “Weld County is becoming the county of state champions,” Weld County Chair Steve Moreno said. “You all are mentors to our youth and you have overcome adversity because you’ve never beaten Lamar. You rose to the task!
The 2018 Fair Royalty court presented the 100th Weld County Fair book to the Board of County Commissioners at the June 18, 2018 meeting. The fair book has information related to activities and events occurring at this year’s fair. “Thank you for representing Weld County and our youth,” Weld County Chair Steve Moreno said. “You do a great job and we appreciate your leadership. It is an honor to have
Tuesday, June 19, 2018 is the last day you can safely mail your ballot to ensure it gets delivered to the Election Office by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day, June 26th. If you have not made up your mind by the mailing deadline we have (13) 24-hour drop off locations open throughout the county to deposit your ballot. For a full list of locations please visit www.weldvotes.com.
In other BOCC news from this morning's meeting, a pretty remarkable thing happened. The Board TURNED DOWN A "FREEBIE" from a likely land use applicant!! In summary, an outfit called "Interstate Highway Construction" had approached the County for some ideas for "community service" projects to do in the County. Apparently, they do this around the State, where they conduct activities. In this case, IHC decided on and proposed a maintenance