We recently found out that Crossroads Commerce Park won the 2017 Phoenix Award for brownfields redevelopment. This is the most prestigous national award for a project of this type. Crossroads Commerce Park is the new industrial park located at the former site of the ASARCO smelter, which operated at the border of Denver and Adams counties for more than 100 years. Many people throughout Adams County and the surrounding community made this project possible, including many key members of our department. Congratulations to everyone who was a part of this success.
Kudos to the Adams County Fair folks for round two of awards, this time from the International Fairs and Expositions Hall of Honor Communications contest. The Adams County Fair won in the following categories:
•First Place for single brochure/flyer
•First Place for promotional advertising
•Second Place for newspaper ad
•Third Place for unique advertising
•Third Place for web advertisement
We're all looking forward to the 2018 Adams County Fair!
Oct. 5, marked the grand opening ceremony for the Pete Mirelez Human Services Center in Adams County. More than 1,500 guests and employees gathered for the ceremony as Adams County Commissioners Eva J. Henry, Charles “Chaz” Tedesco, Steve O’Dorisio, Erik Hansen, and Mary Hodge, as well as the City of Westminster Mayor Herb Atchison, cut the official ribbon and dedicated the building to honor the late Pete Mirelez. The new 315,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility, located at 11860 Pecos St., brings together nearly 800 employees who serve more than 500 residents daily.
To learn more about the services offered, or the history of the building, please visit http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQYxw.