Friday, March 5, 2021

Level Blue Update, Upcoming Events, Senior Tax Exemptions and more!

 

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The Weekly Newsletter of the Arapahoe County Board of Commissioners  |  March 5, 2021

 

Arapahoe County moves to Level Blue, suspends new Five-Star applicationsLevel Blue
On Tuesday, March 2, Governor Polis announced that Colorado has officially met the statewide goal of vaccinating 70% of all Coloradans aged 70 and above. This development means that Arapahoe County’s certified Five-Star partners that have been operating at Level Yellow capacities are now able to open with Level Blue allowances, effective immediately. View complete details about the Level Blue restrictions. - Read Full Article -

 

 

2021 Events at the Fairgrounds
Gearing up for 2021 events with Arapahoe County Open Spaces
These challenging times have proven the immense value of our local parks, trails, and open spaces. Arapahoe County remains committed to protecting these treasured spaces and supporting a high quality of life for all residents. That’s why we have developed a full lineup of engaging community events in 2021.
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Arapahoe County Assessor’s Office update on senior citizen property tax exemptionSenior Tax Exemption
Tax time is here again. The Arapahoe County Assessor’s Office is now accepting the Senior Citizen Property Tax Exemption applications for tax year 2022 through August 15
, 2021.

These same tax exemptions are available to 100% disabled veterans. Applicants must submit their information to the Colorado Department of Military and Veterans Affairs by July 1. For a complete list of Assessor services, deadlines and application forms and instructions, visit our website..

 

 

Open space trailsPaving the way for more regional Trail connections

Improving trail connectivity across the County is a priority at Arapahoe County Open Spaces. We want to make it as seamless and safe as possible for trail users to recreate in a variety of ways within the County.

Harvest Trail—a new multi-use, off-street connector trail from Gun Club Road to Harvest Road in southeast Aurora—marks exciting progress for trail connectivity to the E-470 corridor. 
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The Detail Newsletter

Read the February Edition of the Detail

 

COVID Resources
Get the latest information on available resources regarding: employment, business, low-income, seniors and volunteering on the County's resource and assistance page.

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