County News & Media

Arapahoe County strives to provide residents, visitors and the news media with timely and accurate information about the County and its programs and services. View the latest news from Arapahoe County.

Media Contacts

If you are a member of the news media or a citizen seeking access to information or public documents that are not found on this website, please contact the appropriate media contact.

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The County Line 

The County Line is a weekly e-newsletter from the Board of County Commissioners highlighting recent news and upcoming events. Learn more and sign up.

Public Meetings

The Board of County Commissioners meetings are streamed live, as are several other commission and board meetings. Both upcoming and past recordings and agendas can be found on our Meeting Videos & Live Broadcast web page

Public Records

If you are unable to find information or documents online, you may visit or contact the department or office that holds the public record of interest.

Annual Reports

Every year Arapahoe County distributes several annual reports. The reports highlight our accomplishments, our efficiencies and detail how we provide the best programs and services to achieve our service first mission. View the most recent annual reports.

  1. The County Line Fall 2022

    Read the Sept. 30 edition of The County Line

    Wear purple on Oct. 20 to support domestic violence awareness; Proposed changes to medical/retail marijuana regulations; Dry Creek/ I-25 intersection project has begun; Annual Shred-a-thon is Oct. 8; and more! Read More
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    New community garden is coming to Cheyenne-Arapaho Park

    Community garden info sessions to take place on Oct. 14 and 15 Read on...
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    Arapahoe Day building closures

    In observance of Arapahoe Day, County administrative buildings will be closed on Monday, Oct. 3. Read on...
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