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Arial view of Health & Human Services Building at 510 29 1/2 Road.

Recognizing Public Health’s contributions during National Public Health Week

National Public Health Week, which is celebrated each year during the first week of April, is a time to recognize the contributions of public health.

Apr 01, 2024

News, Press Release, Public Health
Light bulbs, paint, and batters with white text reading, "Free Recycling at Southwest Arbor Fest."

FREE recycling at Southwest Arbor Fest

Do you have light bulbs, batteries, or other hazardous waste items you’re waiting to drop off at the Hazardous Waste Collection Facility? We’re here to make it easy to recycle these items for FREE at a secondary location on April 27, at this year's Southwest Arbor Fest at Lincoln Park, 910 N. 12th St., from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Apr 09, 2024

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IPad displays open house flyer.

Today is the Orchard Avenue Safety and Connectivity Project Open House

Today, April 9, is the Orchard Avenue Safety and Connectivity Project Open House! Join us from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Central High School library, 550 Warrior Way in Grand Junction, to learn more about the project, share your thoughts, and help us ensure Phase 1 of the project is the best fit for your neighborhood.

Apr 09, 2024

Announcements, Construction, Information
Small white and brown dog on blue leash.

Leashing your dog is essential before heading outdoors

As the sun shines bright in Mesa County, outdoor adventure awaits! Embrace the beauty of the Grand Valley with your furry best friend at your side, and before you hit the trails, make sure to grab your pet's leash!

Apr 08, 2024

Announcements, Blog Post, Information
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Get updates on Capital Improvement Projects

🚧 Curious about construction projects in Mesa County aimed at enhancing our infrastructure? From bridge replacements to roadway expansions, we've got you covered with all the updates!

Apr 05, 2024

Announcements, Community Safety, Information
Mesa County Hazardous Waste building.

The Hazardous Waste Collection Facility promotes safety and saves money

Whether you’re looking to get rid of household hazardous waste items to create room for new projects or are interested in free ways to brighten up your home or yard for springtime, the Mesa County Hazardous Waste Collection Facility has what you need.

Apr 04, 2024

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