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Testing hours along the N Line will expand up to 20 hours a day from 4 a.m. to m…

Testing hours along the N Line will expand up to 20 hours a day from 4 a.m. to m... 1

2020-09-03 09:10:09

Testing hours along the N Line will expand up to 20 hours a day from 4 a.m. to midnight beginning today, Sept. 1. RTD is working to have quiet zones in place when the line opens on Sept. 21. Train horns are required at these at-grade intersections during testing. For questions, please call RTD Customer Care at 303.299.6000.

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The FREE COVID testing site at Water World will move to a new parking lot adjace…

The FREE COVID testing site at Water World will move to a new parking lot adjace... 2

2020-09-25 17:31:46

The FREE COVID testing site at Water World will move to a new parking lot adjacent to W. 90th Ave., which is still located at Water World. The new entrance to the testing site will be at W. 90th Ave. at approximately N. Tejon St. The entrance on N. Pecos St. will no longer be accessible. The nearest bus stop is located at Pecos St. and W. 90th Ave. Operating hours for the testing site remain the same – Open daily from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Thank you to all residents who answered our call. We asked, and you stepped up—i…

Thank you to all residents who answered our call. We asked, and you stepped up—i... 3

2020-09-24 16:00:58

Thank you to all residents who answered our call. We asked, and you stepped up—in unprecedented numbers! We’ve currently filled all the available election worker positions for the upcoming 2020 General Election.

While positions are filled, if you completed an application, we may reach out to you to serve as a backup worker in this election or for future elections.

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Adams County is accepting applications for its mini-grant program to support sma…

Adams County is accepting applications for its mini-grant program to support sma... 4

2020-09-23 10:15:16

Adams County is accepting applications for its mini-grant program to support small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 situation. Funding has been extended to businesses with under 50 employees, up from 25, and applications will be accepted until all funds have been distributed. See all requirements and apply at adamscountycovid19.org/minigrants.

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