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The Mesa County government has been around since 1883, working to provide our people with the services they need and the professional service delivery they deserve. We have three elected County Commissioners, who can serve two four-year terms.

There are seven other elected positions within the county government structure: Assessor, Clerk and Recorder, Coroner, District Attorney, Sheriff, Surveyor and Treasurer.

This list is designed to help you find out more about what we do, and how our team works hard to responsibly manage your tax dollars:

County Administration
Mesa County Board of County Commissioners Administration Department
Information on the Commissioners, their meeting agendas, schedules, meeting minutes and webcasts Information about the organization, citizen surveys and strategic plans, resolutions/ordinances, special events and liquor licensing
Elected Officials
Assessor clerk and recorder
Get information on residential and commercial property appraisals, property sales, and how to appeal Access information from Clerk to the Board, Elections, Motor Vehicle, and Recording departments
Coroner district attorney
Find information on annual reports and media releases Get information on Bad Check Restitution Program, Call Off List, Consumer Protection, and Victim Witness Program
sheriff Surveyor
Access information on Background Checks, Crime Prevention, Emergency Management, Jail Operations, Public Safety, and Sex Offenders Access information on deposit search and Survey Plat and Monument Record Search
Treasurer  County Staff
Find information on property taxes, Treasurer's Fees, Tax Lien Sales, and Mobile Home Information Find out more about Mesa County's employees, our values and accomplishments.
General Information
About Us General Information Brochure  
General Information on culture, demograhic, growth, and history of Mesa County General information on Mesa County services, spending, departments and contacts, geography and climate
Municipalities Finance
Information from the Cities of Fruita and Grand Junction; the Towns of Palisade, Collbran, and DeBeque Access finance and budget information for Mesa County

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