Grand Valley Fire Protection District © 2017 Links
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Board of Directors of the Grand Valley Fire Protection District, Garfield County, Colorado, hold their regularly monthly board meetings on the third (3rd) Wednesday of the month, at 9:00 a.m. The meetings are held at the Station #1, Battlement Mesa, 124 Stone Quarry Rd, Parachute, Colorado.
The official designated posting locations are:
Parachute Post office
Fire Station #1, Battlement Mesa
Garfield County Clerk & Recorder
Mesa County Clerk & Recorder
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that in the event of a change in the scheduled meeting location, or if a special meeting is to be held, a notice shall be posted at the three designated posting locations and at the Office of the Garfield County Clerk.
This notice is given by order of Kevin Whelan, President of the Board of Directors and in accordance with CRS 32-1-903, (2).
If you have any questions regarding this matter or any other questions pertaining to the Grand Valley Fire Protection District, I can be contacted during regular business hours at (970) 285-9119.
David A. Blair
Fire Chief, GVFPD
Posted: February 9, 2017
NOTICE OF SPECIAL BOARD MEETING
NONE AT THIS TIME
This is a safety system similar to what used to be called reverse 911, this system works to notify citizens via email, text, cell phone call, Fax and Landline phone call.
Please contact the www.Garco911.org website to sign up.
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