The Board of Mesa County Commissioners attended the Economic Development Summit hosted by the Associated Governments of Northwest Colorado (AGNC). Commissioner Pugliese participated as a panel member and proudly spoke about how Mesa County became a Jump-Start Community.
|The Board of Mesa County Commissioners|
|From left, John Justman, Mike Samson and Ray Beck|
|From left, Rose Pugliese, Kathy Hall and Yeulin Willett|
|Economic Development Summit|
|Commissioner Pugliese shares her ideas on economic development|
|From left, John Justman, Glen McClelland and Scott McInnis|
|Mesa County was the 1st Jump-Start Community in Colorado|
|Bonnie Peterson with AGNC|
|Commissioner Pugliese catching up with members of the tech industry|
The Facilities Department protects and maintains the County's buildings and properties to ensure a safe work environments for employees and citizens.
|From left, Jim Mackley and Dan Adams|
If you need landscaping ideas visit the Xeric Garden, located at the Mesa County Tri River Area CSU Extension campus, the garden features cacti and succulents. While you are there visit the Ute Learning Garden.
|Ute Leaning Garden|
Mesa County Fairgrounds Manager Donna Redd gave Inside Mesa County class participants a tour of the grounds.
|Donna Redd talks about the variety of events that are hosted in the Mahindra Arena|
|United Companies Arena|
|Paul Hamer on the tractor|
|2016 Fall Inside Mesa County class|
|Tour of the Mesa County Fairgrounds|
The Information Technology Department (IT) works as a team to provide leadership, service and support to County users in information technology systems to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of County services.
|Teamwork at its best.|
Foster Care of Mesa County launched their Foster Family Recruitment Campaign. Co-chairs Chris Thomas, John Camper, Steve Schultz and Janet Rowland held a press conference to challenge the community to bring in 25 new foster families by Christmas.
|Kari Daggett Mesa County Child Welfare Director|
|GJPD Chief John Camper|
|Community Hospital CEO Chris Thomas|
|School District 51 Board member Steve Shultz|