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Foothills needs Lifeguards immediately for summer employment!
Posted on May 18th, 2018 Comments (0)
We need Lifeguards immediately for summer employment! **STAFFING SHORTAGE MAY REDUCE POOL HOURS THIS SUMMER.** Despite our hard efforts to recruit over the past several months, Foothills Park & Recreation District is faced with an extreme shortage of lifeguarding staff heading into the summer season. Because of this shortage we are unfortunately considering reducing hours at some or all pool sites. Additionally, 6th Avenue West Pool may experience a delayed opening or permanent closure for summer 2018 due to extreme lack of employment interest at this location. The decision will hinge on staffing levels as we are a few short weeks away from summer operational hours. **WE NEED YOUR HELP!** The District has been working hard to recruit and hire new employees (ages 15+) so that we can fully operate all indoor pools and outdoor pools this summer without interruption. If you're a lifeguard, know a lifeguard, or want to become a lifeguard please apply. APPLY NOW at https://www.ifoothills.org/employment/positions/ Learn the process it takes to become a Lifeguard: https://www.ifoothills.org/lifeguard-info/
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West Metro Fire Rescue Debuts New Patient Care:
Posted on May 16th, 2018 Comments (0)
West Metro Fire Rescue Debuts New Patient Care:
An ambulance that doesn't take you to the hospital, but instead, you get treated at home or at work. We call it the ARM car- short for Advanced Resource Medic. What is it? Find out in this video:
Good information and short video:
Sheriff Seeking New Members for Citizens Advisory Council
Posted on Mar 30th, 2018 Comments (0)
Deputy Mark Bybee, Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeAgency
Sheriff Seeking New Members for Citizens Advisory Council
Dear Community Partner, The Sheriff’s Office has had a Citizens’ Advisory Council since 1992. The council is comprised of Jefferson County residents and business owners who have a vested interest in serving our community and are willing to help improve local law enforcement. I am currently seeking new members for the council and hope you would consider this opportunity to provide your input. The Citizens’ Advisory Council meets with me every-other month to provide input, offer feedback, and make recommendations on operational and business type issues. Together we strive to identify and meet citizen needs, and develop and achieve department goals and objectives. The council also helps evaluate the overall effectiveness of the Sheriff’s Office.
If you are agreeable to joining the Citizens Advisory Council to help achieve our vision for Jefferson County to be a safe place to live, learn, work, and play, then I encourage you to complete an online application here: https://www.jeffco.us/FormCenter/Sheriffs-Office-19/Citizen-Advisory-Council-Application-187 Thank you for the consideration and for your continued partnership with the JCSO, Jeff Shrader, Sheriff Jefferson County Sheriff’s OfficeSee more…
Jefferson County, CO
Deputy Mark Bybee
The only way to apply for the Citizen's Advisory Council is to follow the link and fill out the online application. If you have specific questions about the Citizen's Advisory Council before you fill out the application, please feel free to contact me at mbybee@jeffco.us and I will try and answer any questions that you may have.
Jefferson County Public Health Opens New WIC Clinic in Littleton
Posted on Mar 19th, 2018 Comments (0)
Jefferson County Public Health Opens New WIC Clinic in Littleton
Pregnant women, infants, children and their parents in South Jeffco can now receive nutrition education and breastfeeding support closer to home. On March 13, Jefferson County Public Health (JCPH) opened a new WIC clinic, also known as the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children, in Littleton at 11139 Bradford Road. The Littleton Clinic is located in the same building as the Department of Motor Vehicles near Chatfield Avenue and Kipling Parkway. “We learned that we have a significant number of families living in the south Littleton area who were eligible for WIC, yet were not participating,” said Kelly Schossow, manager of the new Littleton Clinic. “That’s probably because the next closest Jefferson County WIC office is more than 12 miles away, which is a 20-minute drive or a 2-hour bus ride for those who rely on public transportation.” By reducing the distance families need to travel to receive WIC services, Schossow said participation is expected to increase, and the families who need nutrition benefits and education are more likely to receive it. Members of the community and the media are invited to join JCPH and WIC staff, as well as community officials and stakeholders, for a grand opening and ribbon cutting from 9-10:30 a.m. on March 29 at the new clinic. Light refreshments will be provided. Learn more at www.bit.ly/JeffcoWIC.
Women, Infants & Children (WIC) | Jefferson County, CO
WIC gives you access to healthy food, nutrition education, and breastfeeding guidance.
Sign up for CodeRED from JCSO
Posted on Mar 14th, 2018 Comments (0)
Deputy Sheriff Brad Herman, Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeAgency
Sign up for CodeRED
In Jefferson County, CodeRED emergency notifications allows the Sheriff's Office to warn citizens of danger. With CodeRED, the Sheriff's Office can call, text, or email, multiple individuals and businesses to warn of dangerous suspects, flood, fire, or chemical spills. Sign up for CodeRED. How it Works:
School Safety Discussion
Posted on Mar 6th, 2018 Comments (0)
Deputy Mark Bybee, Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeAgency
School Safety Discussion  March 20, 6:00 - 8:30 Lakewood High School, 9700 W 8th.
School Safety Discussion All are invited to this important conversation on March 20 hosted by Jeffco Public Schools ~ Colorado about school safety. With the recent events that have occurred at schools across the nation, this is a great opportunity to hear from many local law enforcement leaders on this subject. Sheriff Jeff Shrader is proud to join Arvada Police Department, Colorado, Wheat Ridge Police Department, Golden Police Department, Lakewood Police Department, the I Love U Guys Foundation and others to talk about these issues and how we can all work together to keep Jefferson County a safe place for everyone to live, learn, work and play.
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Behind the Badge - Helpful Tips for Runners and Walkers
Posted on Feb 20th, 2018 Comments (0)

Jeff Shrader is sheriff of Jefferson County. He leads the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, the largest full-service sheriff's office in Colorado.
The monthly 'Behind the Badge' is written on or before the 20th of each month by Sheriff Shrader. It features information and tips for local residents regarding crime prevention, crime trends, public safety and quality of life issues. Please contact us with questions or comments at sheriff@jeffco.us.
Exercising and keeping fit is a way of life in Jefferson County, what with our 236 miles of open space trails. We also walk for causes. This spring I invite you to walk with me alongside survivors of crime in the annual Courage Walk on April 14. The Courage Walk coincides with National Crime Victims' Rights Week and is an opportunity to honor the strength and courage of the survivors we have come to know in the aftermath of crimes. For more details visit: www.jeffco.us/704/Courage-Walk.
Helpful Tips for Runners and Walkers
Do not run or walk alone
Two people are harder to control than one, so attackers are less likely to strike. If you don't have someone to run with consider a dog, or forming a run and walk group with neighbors.
Avoid running or walking at night
Stay in well-lit, populated areas; away from bushes, and parked cars.
Do not run or walk with headphones
When loud music is blaring in your ears it is difficult to hear a potential attacker approaching from behind. If you must run with music, use one earpiece and switch ears during your run.
Alter your route
Changing your route makes you harder to track and keeps you more alert during your run because you are navigating unfamiliar terrain. The more alert you are, the more likely you are to escape an attack.
Run or walk against traffic
This helps prevent traffic related accidents, especially if you like to run in the early morning or at dusk Always walk facing traffic so you can observe oncoming vehicles.
Always carry identification
If you don't have a spot for an ID, write your name, phone and blood type on the inside of your shoe and include any other medical information.
Be alert
If you sense that you are being followed, go to the nearest well-lit open business or where you see other people gathered. Don't take short cuts through vacant lots, construction site, parks or fields. Keep alert by memorizing license tags and identifying characteristics of strangers and your immediate surroundings.
Vehicle break ins all around us
Posted on Feb 21st, 2017 Comments (0)
There will be a SAWHOA board meeting on Thursday, February 16, 2017, at Kyffin Elementary school at 6:30 p.m.
Posted on Feb 8th, 2017 Comments (0)
The next SAWHOA board meeting will be Thursday, February 16, 2017, at Kyffin Elementary school at 6:30 p.m.
The primary topic of the meeting will be to get feedback from members on the new proposed covenant enforcement policy (attached). So let your neighbors know what’s going on and see if you can persuade them to attend.
Also, if you have any additional items for the agenda, send them to me by end of day Saturday, February 11.
Wayne Taylor
Home Phone: 303-278-9672
Meet your new Animal Control officer.
Posted on Dec 16th, 2016 Comments (0)
Meet your new Animal Control officer.
Animal Control Officer Jennifer Dow from Jefferson County Sheriff's Office.
My name is Jennifer Dow and I will be your new contact for Animal Control. I have been an animal control officer for 17 years. I am really excited to take over this position for Animal Control Officer Chana Guy, who recently retired, and to keep you all informed about animal issues here in Jefferson County. I am married and have 1 son and 3 dogs. Needless to say, I love dogs. The highlight of my job is when I can make a difference in an animal’s life and to help them have a better existence.

If you have any animal related questions or issues, please feel free to call me at 303-271-5070 or email me at jdow@jeffco.us

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