Friday, August 7, 2015

This week in pictures, Aug. 3-7, 2015

Check out the pictures from around Mesa County government this week: 

The IT Department won prizes for most participation in the recent blood drive at 544 Rood. Way to go, team!


Krista Ubersox, left, and Stacey Mascarenas with their blood drive prizes. Stacey was named "fastest bleeder." Krista was "slowest bleeder."

One view of the K Road Improvement Project.

Another view of the K Road Improvement Project.

Sheriff Lewis, left, and Deputy Searcy tried to talk this girl out of her sucker during National Night Out at Kimwood Park this week in Clifton. 

Deputy Orr, left, and Deputy Pfister get ready to go out on patrol. 

Deputy Gray conducts speed enforcement in the Fruitvale Elementary School zone. A reminder to drivers that school is back in session!

Mays Concrete poured concrete this week for a sidewalk on State Highway 340.They will be working their way west for the next 3 months.

Mesa County commissioners and staff met with Garfield County commissioners and staff this week to talk about the BLM's travel portion of the Resource Management plan, and other issues.

Mesa County commissioners and staff met with Garfield County commissioners and staff this week to talk about the BLM's travel portion of the Resource Management plan, and other issues.

Mesa County Animal Services Officer Martinez giving one of their pups some TLC!

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