Elected officials in your county government
Mesa County government has been around since 1883.
- Providing our people with the services they need.
- Professional service delivery they deserve.
Serve as the legislative and policy-setting body for the county government. While each Commissioner represents a specific district, they are all elected by the entire county.
Commissioner biographies and board appointments, public hearing information (agendas, minutes, meeting video), weekly schedule, request a meeting, and Volunteer Opportunities.
In charge of carrying out policies set by the Commissioners. Recommends management practices, supervises departments. Coordinate and maintain relations with other branches of government and agencies.
Strategic Plan, Inside Mesa County class, and Newsroom for Mesa County.
Ready and dedicated to provide you with equitable, accurate values and excellent public service.
Agricultural land, business personal property, exemptions, reports, research property sales, taxpayer remedies.
Clerk and Recorder
Responsible for the functions of Motor Vehicle, Recording, Elections, Liquor and Marijuana licensing and Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners.
Links to the departments that report to the Clerk and Recorder.
21st Judicial District Attorney's Office is dedicated to the pursuit of justice, the protection of victims and the prevention of crime.
Crime Victim Compensation Program, Investigations Unit, Juvenile Programs, Law Enforcement Information, News Stories, Requesting Criminal Records, Subpoena Call Off List, Victim Services Unit.
Responsible for public safety, we respond to 911 calls, conduct criminal investigations, operate the county detention facility, and security at the Justice Center.
Emergency management, Victim Services, Professional Standards / Training, Civil Process, Sex Offender Registration, Background Checks, Blotter Reports, Bonds and Release Processing, Civil Standby Request, Concealed Handgun Permit, Evictions, Fingerprints, Protection Orders, Victim Services, Volunteer Programs.
Settles and resolves any boundary disputes, reviews subdivisions and survey plats, maintain an index of all surveys, field notes, and calculations pertaining to the surveys.
Subdivision Plats, Deposit Surveys, Road Rights-of-way, Road Vacations, County Monuments (Number and Location), State Land Corner Monument Records, Road Records (Microfiche), BLM Township Plats, GIS and Parcel Maps, Boundary Description Information, Historic Surveys, Flood Plain Maps, Railroad Rights-of-way Maps.
Treasurer's Office main function is to distribute property tax statements each year, collect property taxes, and disburse those funds to the local jurisdictions that provide our community the infrastructure we enjoy.
Manufactured Homes, Use Tax Program, Pay Property Taxes, Property Tax Deferral Program, Purging a Manufactured Home Title, Reports, Senior and Veteran Tax Exemption, Tax Sale Information, Tax Sale Publications, Treasurer’s Deed, Treasurer’s Fees, and Unclaimed Property.
Processes releases of deeds of trusts and foreclosures. Operations of our office is not funded by county tax dollars or state tax dollars. Instead, the costs are funded by statutorily-defined fees paid by banks for specific services provided.
Foreclosures, and Release of Deed of Trust.