Adams County Launches ARPA Dashboard

Adams County is proud to announce the launch of the ARPA Dashboard, a powerful online tool aimed at fostering transparency and keeping our community well-informed about the progress of projects and programs funded through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).

Adams County Recovery and Resiliency Strategic Plan RFP

Adams County, Colorado is seeking a qualified consultant to support the development of a new Long-term Recovery and Resiliency Strategic Plan for the county. The Long-term Recovery and Resiliency Strategic Plan is intended to build further organizational capacity to better address disruptions that severely impact our community. This process will capture our organization’s projects, services, programs, and partnerships in one document in order to better understand our capacity and resources as well as identify where gaps may exist.  

Adams County Secures Second Round of Funding from American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)

Adams County is proud to announce the distribution of its second round of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding, a total of $48,550,500. The Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) has identified several partnerships and initiatives to distribute the funds and address housing and homelessness prevention, mental health, domestic violence and public health initiatives. 

Adams County Launches COVID-19 Grant Program

Adams County launched the COVID-19 Grant Program, funded by the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), a federal program, to help with response and recovery efforts in the community.

The program is designed to help provide financial support for projects and programs assisting in COVID-19 response and recovery efforts in Adams County. Businesses, nongovernmental organizations, nonprofit organizations, school districts, and special districts are encouraged to apply.

Board of Commissioners to Withdraw from Tri-County Health Department

The Adams County Board of Commissioners intends to bring forward a resolution at the Tuesday, Oct. 26, 9:30 a.m., public hearing to provide notice of Adams County’s decision to leave Tri-County Health Department (TCHD).

Per its legal obligation, Adams County will remain a part of TCHD through December 2022. Starting January 2023, Adams County will have its own health department structure in place. There will be no disruption of services to Adams County residents during this transition.

Tri-County Health Department Rescinds Option for Counties to Opt Out of Public Health Orders

Yesterday, Tri-County Health Department’s (TCHD) Board of Health voted to rescind their policy on allowing opt outs to countywide public health orders by Board of Commissioners, specifically regarding the recent mask order for children ages 2-11, and put a universal mask order in place for all schools in Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas counties regardless of vaccination status. The new order goes into effect on Wednesday, Sept. 1, through Friday, Dec. 31, unless amended, extended, or rescinded.