When you call 911 for emergency help, you are being served by some of the best call takers in the world. Don’t believe us? Sign up now for our new county newsletter and read how this team is recognized as one of the best! First issue hits email boxes Monday, September 16. Sign up at https://www.weldgov.com/newsroom/newsletters/county_roots
Samuel Echols has been located and is safe. We would like to thank the community for their help.
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS MONTH: Are you prepared for a disaster? This quiz will help you find out. And don’t worry if you aren’t, September is the perfect time to start preparing yourself and your family for one. 1) In the event of a tornado warning, what should you do? A) Shelter in place in the attic or highest level of a building. B) Shelter in place in the lowest level of
Missing At-Risk Adult Samuel Echols is a 43-year-old male who is 6’ 02” tall and 170 lbs., with brown hair and blue eyes. Samuel was last seen leaving the 1800 block of Birch Ave on foot at 1900 hours on 09/11/2019. Samuel has not been seen or heard from since. Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Samuel is asked to call Detective Schwartz at (970)400-2836. Or, if you see
Join the Weld County Area Agency on Aging and the Greeley Active Adult Center at the third annual Golden Gallery Art Show promoting the art of Weld County residents age 50-plus. Opening reception is Thursday, September 26, from 4:00-6:00 p.m., at the Union Colony Civic Center Two Rivers Lounge. Art viewing will be Friday, September 27, from 3:00-5:00 p.m., and Saturday, September 28, from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. For more information,
Do you have a question about county government? Commissioner Scott James is holding office hours in our southwest Weld office on Friday, September 20. Walk-ins are welcome between 9:00 a.m. and noon. If you would like to meet with Commissioner James from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m., please make an appointment by emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today we remember the many lives lost on this day in 2001. As a Nation, we came together and provided support for one another through this tough time. We learned America is not untouchable but as a united Nation, we are unbreakable. We will #neverforget.
The Board of Weld County Commissioners recognized the victims of the September 11 attacks with a moment of silence at their Board meeting today. Weld County, along with the rest of the country, honors the heroes of that day, mourns the victims, and promises to never forget. (Commissioner Mike Freeman was excused from today’s Board meeting in order to represent the Board at another function).
Can we all take a moment out of our hectic days and just remember? Remember the thousands of men and women who kissed their families goodbye one morning 18 years ago and never returned home. Here at the Weld DA's Office we're proud every day to take a small part in fighting for what our flag means and what our nation stands for. #NeverForget #WeldDA
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS MONTH: Winter is coming. And with it brings the chance for icy, snow packed roads. This month prepare your car for winter driving by following the below tips. Keep an emergency kit in your car – a small shovel, jumper cables, flares or reflective triangles, an ice scraper and a broom, a cell phone and charger and cat litter, which can help your car gain traction should you