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A drone picture of the Orchard Mesa Pool facility

Mesa County ​concludes ​financial ​obligations with ​final ​payment for Orchard Mesa pool

At the administrative public hearing on April 9, the Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved an $800,000 final payment to Mesa County Valley School District 51, the owner of the Orchard Mesa pool.

Apr 09, 2024

Announcements, News, Video
Outside view of Central Library; brick building with windows, as well as trees and bushes.

Resource Navigators now at Central Library, ready to support residents

Mesa County Public Libraries and Mesa County Public Health are excited to announce their collaboration to support residents in Mesa County when it comes to accessing resources in the community.

Apr 09, 2024

News, Press Release, Public Health
Heather Nara headshot

Heather Nara Named Workforce Center Director

Mesa County Department of Human Services is pleased to announce the hiring of Heather Nara as its new Workforce Center director. Executive director Jill Calvert had been serving as the interim director of the Workforce Center since September 2023.

Apr 09, 2024

Scott Thompson holds his "Surveyor of the Year" award

Scott Thompson honored with Surveyor of the Year award

Mesa County Surveyor Scott Thompson has been named the “2024 Surveyor of the Year” by the Professional Land Surveyors of Colorado (PLSC). This prestigious accolade is awarded annually to a professional who has demonstrated excellence in land surveying and has made significant contributions to the profession and community.

Apr 08, 2024

Announcements, News, Press Release
A closeup up a child's hands holding a rock with a painted rainbow on it.

Supporting child abuse prevention by helping build strong families

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month.

Apr 08, 2024

News, Press Release, Public Health
Residents can also listen to the upcoming Joint County Commissioners and Planning Commission Workshop discussion on April 11 at 5:45 p.m. via Google Meet at

Engage in the solar energy discussion

As part of an ongoing commitment to creating a balanced and thoughtful approach to solar energy development through amendments to the Mesa County 2020 Land Development Code, Mesa County Commissioners are inviting residents to continue participating and following the discussion on the future of solar energy. To submit comments, please email

Apr 05, 2024

Information, Public Meeting, Public Notice