Clear Creek County, CO

Go To Temporary Stage 1 Fire Ban effective at noon 7-25-18 (Update #2)

Temporary Stage 1 Fire Ban effective at noon 7-25-18 (Update #2)

Downgraded to Stage 1 with NO SHOOTING, except at Clear Creek County Sportsman's Club located on Stanley Road and the Clear Creek County Sheriff's office range off US Hwy 6. May have fire's within a PERMANENTLY CONSTRUCTED Fire Grate in a Developed ...

Go To Clear Creek County Board of County Commissioners Roadshow

Clear Creek County Board of County Commissioners Roadshow

Please join us! Talk about County issues including, economic development, broadband, health clinic, recreation management, fiscal responsibility, workforce housing, regulatory efficiencies, leadership development, Road & Bridge, senior services, and more!

Go To Clear Creek Remembers 9/11

Clear Creek Remembers 9/11

Clear Creek EMS, Fire Authority, Idaho Springs Police Dept. and the Sheriff’s Office joined Tuesday in Idaho Springs with area first responders and local residents to remember those lost and those who responded to the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.

Go To County Staff, Elected Officials Sharpen Skills with Leadership Development

County Staff, Elected Officials Sharpen Skills with Leadership Development

From Sept. 10-11, Clear Creek County officials, division directors, department heads and supervisors took part in the second of a series of training classes---designed to strengthen and enhance their leadership skills

Go To FREE Weatherization Class:  Sept. 25th

FREE Weatherization Class: Sept. 25th

Learn How You Can Make Your Home Energy Efficient!

Go To Prospector Bus Hits Record Service for August, Surpasses 2017 Ridership

Prospector Bus Hits Record Service for August, Surpasses 2017 Ridership

Clear Creek County’s Prospector Bus had a record 302 riders last month, beating the previous record of 270 riders in June. In addition to the new record, ridership through August has already surpassed all of 2017 ridership (1,374).

Go To County Launches Short Term Rentals Program Website, Asks Property Owners to Get Permits by Sept. 1st

County Launches Short Term Rentals Program Website, Asks Property Owners to Get Permits by Sept. 1st

With the rising demand for lodging and increased population and tourist growth in Colorado, Clear Creek County is no exception to the trend in short term rentals (STRs).

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