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Teller County News and Information

 

COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019)

It is normal to be concerned about new diseases, and new information is coming out frequently. The best thing people can do is stay informed from reliable sources and know the facts. To find out what you need to know about COVID-19, CLICK HERE


 2020 Presidential Primary Election Information

 PROPERTY TAX NOTICES: Property Tax Notices for 2019 Taxes (payable in 2020) were mailed on January 22, 2020. If you do not receive yours by February 1, 2020, please contact the Teller County Treasurer’s Office for information and to update your address at 719.689.2985

 Teller County Public Works is seeking material suppliers for CDOT specification Class 3 (pit run), Class 5 and Class 6 Aggregate Base Course (ABC) material(s) for the 2020 season for use on Teller County projects. On or before March 30, 2020, a material supplier must submit documentation and material test results from a competent materials testing laboratory, dated within the previous twelve month period, and pricing information. Please note that no specific quantities are expressed or implied. You may obtain complete submittal information at Teller County Public Works located at 308 Weaverville Road, Building A, Divide, CO 80814 or Click Here to View Information.

 Teller County Public Works is seeking material suppliers for gravel road surfacing material(s) for the 2020 season for use on Teller County gravel roads. On or before March 30, 2020, any interested material supplier must submit documentation and material test results from a competent materials testing laboratory, dated within the previous twelve month period, and pricing information. Please note that no specific quantities are expressed or implied. You may obtain complete submittal information at Teller County Public Works located at 308-A Weaverville Road, Divide, CO 80814 or Click Here to View Information.

 Political signs not allowed to be placed in County road right-of-ways. Click here to view the Statute

 The Teller County Planning Commission work session scheduled for Tuesday, January 21, 2020 has been rescheduled to Tuesday, February 25, 2020.

 The DRAFT 2019 GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN is available for public comment. Please provide comments to the Teller County Planning Department. For more information and to review the plan, please CLICK HERE.

 SAVE THE DATE FOR THE 2020 CENSUS -- APRIL 1, 2020

Nearly every household in Teller County will be invited to respond online, by phone, or by mail to the 2020 Census. Beginning in mid-March, you should be receiving an invitation letter letter and census form in preparation of the Census kick off on April 1st. By your participation, your "census count" will determine how much of the available Federal funds will be distributed to our state, county and community's for the many vital programs that are offered here in Teller County. To learn more about the Census please click here.

 2020 Census job opportunities – It takes a lot to get an accurate “count” for the Census, especially in rural areas. If you would like to help with this historical event and would like to make some extra money, the Census Bureau still has quite a few open positions in Teller County. The hourly rate for Teller County is $16.00 an hour, plus mileage and work hours are flexible. For more information click here

Transparency

Teller County is committed to operating an open and transparent government. By providing information below, Teller County Government makes a commitment of accountability for its residents. This insures they can be fully informed about the operations of their county government.

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