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UPDATE SAGUACHE COUNTY GOVERNMENT SERVICES DURING COVID-19

UPDATED 04-22-2020

In an effort to slow the potential spread of COVID-19 in our community,
Saguache County government will have limited access to buildings 
beginning Monday, April 27, 2020. 

In an effort to move forward with our job duties, a decision was made
to begin integrating the public back into the county sector.  

Staff will be providing limited essential services via phone and online avenues.
In-person contact for receiving essential services will have limited restrictions during this time. 

These adjustments to county services and public access will be in place until further notice.

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Mission of the CTC Coalition

Our Mission is to create a healthy community for our youth by promoting healthy lifestlye choices and preventing substance abuse as well as other contrubuting factors of chronic disease and addiction.

The CTC is an initiative focused on impacting community level change in the prevention of underage drinking and tobacco use. The coalition works to change people's perceptions, attitudes and habits around substance abuse. The Saguache County Public Health oversees the project which employs one part-time position, a coordinator, and a quarter time position, evaluation liaison. In addition youth consultants are hired to represent out three school districts.

Formed in March of 2006, the CTC coalition is comprised of approximately 15 interested youth, business owners, service providers, educators, citizens, and government officials from Saguache County. Coalition members participate in and provide direction for each step of the prevention process from planning through implementation. Healthy Kids Colorado Surveys are administered each fall to provide data for identifying evidence based programming. Curriculum has been purchased and is being implemented in Mountain Valley, Moffat and Center school districts.

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Saguache County Sales Tax Grants Now Available!

Saguache County Sales Tax Grants now available!

The Saguache County Board of Commissioners will be taking Grant Applications for

Saguache County Sales Tax Grants until 3:00PM, Friday, August 14, 2020.

 

To be eligible grant applications must be for either:  Emergency Services/Public Health

and Safety; Youth and Senior programs, projects, or organizations; or Renewable Energy projects/Business Opportunities and Job Creation.

 

Grant applications are available on our website at saguachecounty.net/administration –

see “sales tax grant applicationform5” or you can contact the Saguache County

Administration office at 719-655-2231 to request a copy of the grant application.

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Saguache Crescent – please publish through the week of August 10, 2020.

Valley Publishing – please publish through the week of August 10, 2020.

Gunnison Country Times – please publish through the week of August 10, 2020.

Crestone Eagle – please publish in the July and August 2020 issues and on the website if possible.

 

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HELP WANTED: PUBLIC HEALTH DIRECTOR

Saguache County, Colorado, is seeking to fill the position of Public Health Director. The position requires a master’s degree in a public health discipline; a nurse candidate shall be licensed to practice in Colorado within six months of hire; OR, similar experience to a nurse with exemplary history and at least two years of administrative experience in public health, and willing to seek additional public health education and experience within five years of hire. A complete job description and qualifications are available online at: http://www.saguachecounty-co.gov

Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license.

Saguache County is a drug-free workplace.

All inquiries should be directed to: Saguache County Administration. E-mail: phone: 719-655-2231, fax 719-655-2635. Applicants must submit a job application, cover letter, and a resume. Resumes must not exceed three pages in length. The job application is available online at http://www.saguachecounty-co.gov/administration-home. Submit cover letter, job application, and resume to the following address no later than 3:00 p.m. on June 26, 2020:

Saguache County Administration

P.O. Box 100

Saguache, CO 81149

Faxed and emailed applications are accepted

 

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Public Notice Forest Reserve Title III Proposed Project

The Saguache County Board of Commissioners is soliciting public proposals to spend

Forest Service Title III funds for any projects that will be used for projects that adjoin\s

the US Federal Property. Written proposals must be received by 3PM on MONDAY, July

27, 2020. 

Written project request must be submitted to the Saguache County Administration office

505 3rd Street or emailed to , or can be mailed to PO Box

100, Saguache, CO 81149.  The deadline for submittal is MONDAY, July 27, 2020 at 3PM.

Public Hearing Road Vacation

The Board of County Commissioners will hold a Public Hearing at the Saguache County

Road & Bridge meeting room located at 305 – 3rd Street, Saguache,

Colorado, on the following date:

                        Tuesday, July 7, 2020 at 2PM

to consider vacating the last portion of Saguache County Road M39, approximately

.27 miles

 

To view the proposed vacation of the last portion of Saguache County Road M39 please

contact the Saguache County Administration – PO Box 100, Saguache, CO 81149 or

, or by calling 719-655-2231.

 

Written comments will be accepted until Thursday, July 2, 2020 and may be sent to

Saguache County Administration at PO Box 100, Saguache, CO 81149 or email to

 

By: Jason Anderson, Chairman

Chairman, Saguache County Board of Commissioners

HELP WANTED: LAND USE CLERK

Saguache County Land Use is looking for 2 Full Time Land Use office clerks.

This positions will be full time with the Land Use office.  Duties include but not limited to general office duties, customer interaction, applications and permits. 

Please contact April Quintana with the Saguache County Administration office for an application and job description, applications printable at www.saguachecounty.net

 Call 719-655-2231 for more information.

Applications close on Thursday July 2, 2020 at 3:00 P.M.

Saguache County is an EEO employer.  Drug testing and a background check will be required for final applicants.

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Saguache County Treasurers Office Closed June 22-25

NOTICE 

Saguache County Treasurers' Office will be closed

on Monday, June 22nd – June 25th so that staff may 

attend software training. Normal Business will resume

on Friday, June 26th. Please keep in mind that you

may utilizing the ballot drop box located in the south parking lot of the courthouse, mail, credit 

card or e-check Thank you.

PUBLIC HEALTH VARIANCE REQUEST-SAFER AT HOME

MAY 15th 2020

This Public Health Safer-at-Home Plan is being issued to continue to limit the health impacts of COVID-19. This Plan implements measures to allow Limited re-opening of certain industries and businesses in Saguache County while maintaining sustainable levels of social distancing. This Plan continues social distancing requirements for all residents and Stay-at-Home requirements for vulnerable populations pursuant to Executive Order D 2020 017. This plan is effective within the entirety of Saguache Co1.U1ty, including all cities and towns within the County.

READ FULL ARTICLE HERE

 

Public Health - "Safer at Home" Guidelines

Dear Business Owners of Saguache County,

With this week’s statewide shift to “Safer-at-Home”, we want to make sure you have all the information you need to navigate this transition safely and successfully. We recognize the vital role that business plays in the health of our community. 

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ALERT! - Lazy K-V Estates - BOIL WATER ADVISORY

Saguache County Public Health Department has issued a BOIL-WATER ADVISORY, effective immediately, for the Lazy K-V Estates due to a line break resulting in a loss of pressure to the system. Loss of pressure may allow disease-causing organisms to enter the water system. The Lazy K-V Estates needs to boil ALL water used for drinking and cooking - until further notice. No contamination has been detected. This is a precaution while the water quality is tested.  

Bobby Woelz, Director

Saguache County Office of Emergency Management

Safer-at-Home executive order

Updated April 30th, 2020

Saguache County’s Public Health Order is in effect through April 26th.
On April 27, Saguache County will operate under the state's Safer-at-Home executive order and public health orders.

For the State of Colorado's updated orders: 

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UPDATE: SAGUACHE COUNTY GOVERNMENT SERVICES DURING COVID-19

In an effort to slow the potential spread of COVID-19 in our community, Saguache County government will have limited access to buildings beginning Monday, April 27, 2020.  In an effort to move forward with our job duties, a decision was made to begin integrating the public back into the county sector.  Staff will be providing limited essential services via phone and online avenues. In-person contact for receiving essential services will have limited restrictions during this time. These adjustments to county services and public access will be in place until further notice.  

Read more: UPDATE: SAGUACHE COUNTY GOVERNMENT SERVICES DURING COVID-19

Saguache County Veterans Office

Saguache County Veterans Service Office

P.O. Box 325

Saguache, Colorado 81149

The Saguache County Veterans Service Office is here to counsel and assist all military veterans and/or their dependents in providing information on their entitlement to Veterans Affairs (VA) benefits, and prepares and submits benefit claims to the appropriate agency. This office has extensive information on current VA programs and stands ready to help veterans with all services available. Our goal is to personally meet and assist all veterans of the area. Please feel free to call at any time (719-655-2680) during normal business hours 9:00AM - 4:00PM Tuesday - Thursday to schedule an appointment. 

Saguache County is proud to provide the Veterans Service Office for our Veterans

COVID-19 Small Business Loan Information

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The Colorado Small Business Development Center (SBDC) has assembled a helpful set of documents to assist small businesses in understanding the stimulus package offerings for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL), as well as a loan support summary and explanation chart from Del Norte Bank here in the San Luis Valley.

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FOURTH AMENDED STANDING PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER

FOURTH AMENDED STANDING PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER RELATING TO NON­RESIDENTS (INCLUDING NON-RESIDENT HOMEOWNERS) AND IMPOSING ISOLATION OR QUARANTINE FOR THOSE WHO TRAVEL OUTSIDE OF SAGUACHE COUNTY.

THIS ORDER SUPERSEDES ANY AND ALL PREVIOUS ORDERS ISSUED BY SAGUACHE COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH. EFFECTIVE APRIL 8th, 2020.

Pursuant to Colo. Rev. Stat.§ 25-1-506 and other applicable authority, this Order sets forth guidance and requirements for, as well as limitations on, group gatherings to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

The purpose of these amendments is to amend and clarify the existing Order in response to inquiries received from elected officials and the public, and to expand protection for At Risk Persons (as defined in this Order). For the avoidance of doubt, this Order should be construed to eliminate all non-essential services or non-essential sales of goods, and should be construed in the light most favorable to preventing the community spread of COVID-19.

On March 10, 2020, the Governor of Colorado declared a state of Emergency related to the presence of COVID-19 in the State. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has confirmed that COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the State of Colorado.

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COVID-19 FINANCE ASSISTANCE NETWORK

UPDATE: THIRD AMENDED STANDING PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER RELATED TO EVENTS

THIRD AMENDED STANDING PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER RELATED TO EVENTS

THIS ORDER SUPSEEDS ANY AND ALL PREVIOUS ORDERS ISSUED BY SAGUACHE COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH.  EFFECTIVE MARCH 24, 2020

 

Pursuant to Colo. Rev. Stat. § 25-1-506 and other applicable authority, this Order sets forth guidance and requirements for, as well as limitations on, group gatherings to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

The purpose of these amendments is to amend and clarify the existing Order in response to inquiries received from elected officials and the public, and to expand protection for At Risk Persons (as defined in this Order). For the avoidance of doubt, this Order should be construed to eliminate all non-essential services or non-essential sales of goods, and should be construed in the light most favorable to preventing the community spread of COVID-19.

On March 10, 2020, the Governor of Colorado declared a state of Emergency related to the presence of COVID-19 in the State. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has confirmed that COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the State of Colorado.

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Special Message from Saguache County Commissioners on COVID-19

Neighbors & Constituents

There is no true way to alleviate both the anxiety and uncertainty that we find ourselves in. We, as your local government, are asking the same questions as you. We find ourselves considering and taking drastic measures that we never anticipated, and as we

do so, we want to reach out to all the families, individuals, businesses and organizations in the county, from Center to Villa Grove, to let you know that we share your concerns and your fears.

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Limited Gathering Ordinance -10 People - Amended March 16th

FIRST AMENDED STANDING PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER
RELATED TO EVENTS

 

Pursuant to Colo. Rev. Stat.§ 25-1-506 and other applicable authority, this Order sets forth guidance and requirements for, as well as limitations on, group gatherings to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

The purpose of these amendments are to amend and clarify the existing Order in response to inquiries received from elected officials and the public, and to expand protection for At Risk Persons (as defined in this Order). For the avoidance of doubt, this Order should be construed to eliminate all non-essential services or sales of goods, and should be construed in the light most favorable to preventing the community spread of COVID-19.

On March 10, 2020, the Governor of Colorado declared a state of Emergency related to the presence of COVID-19 in the State. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has confirmed that COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the State of Colorado.

Read more: Limited Gathering Ordinance -10 People - Amended March 16th

SECOND AMENDED STANDING PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER RELATED TO EVENTS

SECOND AMENDED STANDING PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER
RELATED TO EVENTS

 

Pursuant to Colo. Rev. Stat.§ 25-1-506 and other applicable authority, this Order sets forth guidance and requirements for, as well as limitations on, group gatherings to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

The purpose of these amendments are to amend and clarify the existing Order in response to inquiries received from elected officials and the public, and to expand protection for At Risk Persons (as defined in this Order). For the avoidance of doubt, this Order should be construed to eliminate all non-essential services or sales of goods, and should be construed in the light most favorable to preventing the community spread of COVID-19.

On March 10, 2020, the Governor of Colorado declared a state of Emergency related to the presence of COVID-19 in the State. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has confirmed that COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the State of Colorado.

On March 13, 2020, the President of the United States declared a National Emergency due to COVID-19.

On March 14, 2020, Saguache County declared a Local Disaster Emergency related to COVID-19.

On March 15, 2020, large municipalities across the nation, such as New York City, have announced the closing of all bars and restaurants except for takeout and delivery services.

On March 16, 2020, the Governor of Colorado announced the closing of all bars and restaurants except for takeout and delivery services.

READ FULL ARTICLE HERE

 

Amended March 19th 

 


 

HELP WANTED: Landfill Attendant

WANTED:  Saguache County Landfill is Hiring for an additional Full Time Attendant.

REQUIREMENTS:  Applicants must fill out and submit an application, must be an experienced front end loader operator and possess a valid driver’s license.  Applicants should have a high school diploma or GED and six months or more of relevant experience.  Final candidates applying with Saguache County will be required to submit and pass a pre-employment drug screen and criminal background check.   Pay D.O.E.        

Landfill Attendant is a full time 40 hour per week position – starting at 8:00 A.M. each day Tuesday through Saturday (subject to change)  Those applying must be an experienced front end loader operator, have the ability to do strenuous outdoor physical labor in extreme weather conditions and be able to lift and/or move 20 lbs. to 75 lbs. 

Applications are available at the Saguache County Road and Bridge/Landfill Office 305 3rd Street, PO Box 476, Saguache, CO  81149 – 719-655-2554 or on the Saguache County website – www.saguachecounty.net under the Landfill Department tab. 

Completed applications can be hand delivered or mailed to Saguache County Road and Bridge/Landfill Office – at the address listed above, sent by email to or faxed to: 719-655-2543.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open until a qualified candidate is hired. Saguache County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

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COVID-19 Resource Information Updates

Originally posted 03-09-2020
Updated 03-21-2020
 
 
For more information on COVID-19 please contact Saguache County Public Health
 
CO HELP line 1-877-462-2911 (English and Spanish) for Colorado general information.

Colorado updates and guidance: https://covid19.colorado.gov 

CDC updates and guidance: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus

Small Business - www.choosecolorado.com

Volunteer or Donate - www.helpcoloradonow.org 

SLV COVID-19 Information Line - 719-480-9719 

SLV Health Nurse Line - 719-589-2511 ext 9

Rio Grande Hospital - 719-657-4990

 
The most common symptoms for COVID-19  are fever, cough, and shortness of breath.   At the current time, if a person thinks they have symptoms, they should:

EITHER call their own provider OR call the nurse line at San Luis Valley Health at: (719) 589-2511 and press 9.  

Going to the clinic or hospital without calling ahead could expose more people to the virus, so please call first.

Persons can be tested only if ordered by a medical provider.

Your provider will probably make special arrangements if they suspect you have the coronavirus and want you to come in for testing, or for an appointment.

 

Jury Duty Scam February 18, 2020

The Sheriff's Office has received reports from the 12th Judicial District Jury Commissioner of a recent phone scam. 

Several Saguache County residents have received a calls from an unknown person who indicated that he was with the Sheriff's Office and that there was an Arrest Warrant for the individual for not showing up for Jury Duty. 

The person was told that the bond was $925.00 and that the person needed to pay the amount in the form of a cashiers check. The caller gave a phone number to confirm the Warrant and it was eventually routed to the Conejos County Sheriff's Office. 

The Jury Commissioner and the Saguache County along with the Conejos County Sheriff's Office wants citizens to know that this is a scam. DO NOT pay/send any money! 

if the Jury Commissioner requires your presence in Court, you will receive a Jury Notice by mail or will be served personally by a Sheriff's Deputy. 

If you have any concerns please call the Jury Commissioners, 719-589-7602 or the Saguache Sheriff's Office 719-655-2525.

Public Notice for the Public Comment Work Session for the Dissolvement of the Crestone/Baca Planning Commission

The Board of County Commissioners will hold a Public Comment Work Session at the Saguache County Commissioners meeting Room located at 501 – 4th Street, Saguache, Colorado, on the following date:

TUESDAY, February 25, 2019 at 1:30 PM

to consider the dissolvement of the Crestone/Baca Planning Commission.

Written comments will be accepted until Friday, February 21, 2020 at 3:00 p.m., and may be sent to Saguache County Land Use Department at PO Box 326, Saguache, CO 81149 or emailed to Amber Wilson at

By: Jason Anderson, Chairman

Chairman, Saguache County Board of Commissioners

URGENT NOTICE FOR CERTAIN LAND USE APPLICATIONS

The Saguache County Land Use Office is now requiring an appointment for any Conditional Use, Variance request which includes marijuana variance requests. This allows the Land Use Office to review all applications for correct information and additional information that may be required. To make an appointment with the Land Use Office, you can call the office at 719-655-2321,  – or come by at 501 4th Street, Saguache, CO 81149.

CTSI: Tick Season

 

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Technical Update

 Volume 22 Number 38

May 15, 2018

 

Tick Season

The 2018 tick season is here, and because of the mild winter, scientists are predicting a
bad one. Ticks are most active during late Spring, early Summer, and mid-Fall. An
increase in the number of ticks means an increase in tick-borne diseases such as Lyme
as well as the emergence of new diseases like Powassan, a potentially fatal tick-borne
virus found primarily in the Northeast and the Great Lakes region. Over 30 species of
tick can be found in Colorado. The most common ticks are the American dog tick
(Dermacentor variablis), Rocky Mountain wood tick (Dermactor andersoni), and
the Brown dog tick (Rhipicephalus sanguineus). These ticks can carry diseases
harmful to humans. Ticks that carry Lyme disease are not native to Colorado,
and no confirmed cases of the disease have originated here; however, residents
who travel out of state are at risk and should be aware of the symptoms of this
potentially severe neurological disease. How do I Avoid Ticks?

The best way to avoid a tick-borne disease is to avoid ticks. As this is not always
possible, the Center for Disease Control recommends the following:
Use a tick repellent that contains 20% or more of DEET, picaridin, or IR3535on exposed skin.
Wear permethrin-treated clothing.
Treat clothing, gear, boots, socks, and tents with products containing 0.5% permethrin. Do not apply to skin.
Perform a tick check after being in wooded, bushy, or grassy areas. 
What if I Find a Tick on Me?
If you find a tick on you, follow the steps below. You will need a pair of fine-tipped
tweezers, a sealed plastic bag/container, and disinfectant. Visitwww.cdc.gov.ticks/removing_a_tick.html for more information. 
  1. First, place the tweezers as close to the tick’s head as possible. 
  2. Then gently squeeze with the tweezers as you pull upward with steady, even pressure. 
  3. Clean the bite area and your hands with rubbing alcohol, iodine scrub, or soap and water. 
  4. Dispose of a live tick by submersing it in alcohol, placing it in a sealed container for later identification, wrapping it tightly in tape, or flushing it down a toilet.
You may also consider taking a picture of the tick with your smart phone.
This can help with tick identification and create a timestamp of when you
were bitten. 
Tick Bite Symptoms
Symptoms can vary, but often include fever and a rash. Most symptoms appear
within a few days to weeks of being bitten; however, some people do not develop
any symptoms. If you develop a rash or fever after being bitten, seek treatment
immediately and tell your doctor about the bite.What This Means for Counties

If you will be spending time outdoors this summer be sure to take proper
precautions and watch out for tick bite symptoms. For more information,
contact CTSI loss prevention at (303) 861 0507.A PDF of this
Technical Update is available here. Please visit 
http://www.ctsi.org/technical-updates to view past Technical Updates.

Court House Closed 12-20-2013

Saguache County Court House will be closed on December 20, 2013 at 12:00 p.m. for our County employees to enjoy a Christmas dinner.

October 31, 2013 Discussion

THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL BE MEETING AT THE ROAD AND BRIDGE OFFICE OCTOBER 31, 2013 TO DISCUSS THE BUDGET AND SALES TAX GRANTS.

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