Lying on the western border of Colorado, Mesa County is surrounded by starkly contrasting natural landmarks such as the Colorado National Monument, Grand Mesa National Forest and the colorful Bookcliffs. It encompasses 3,309 square miles, much owned and controlled by the U.S. Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management. The city of Grand Junction is the largest city in Mesa County and also the largest in western Colorado. Grand Junction has remained the medical hub between Denver and Salt Lake City, Utah. Incorporated in 1883, the county seat is Grand Junction. County Demographics: population was 93,145 in 1990 and 115,147 in 1999; location is 39°1'N 108°28'W; land area is 3,327.93 square miles (2,129,876 acres); water area is 13.36 square miles (8,551 acres). Source: US Census Bureau.
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Lavender Association of Western Colorado
News, events and member directory.
League of Women Voters of Mesa County
Local chapter encourages informed and active participation in government, influencing public policy through education and advocacy of local, Colorado and national issues.
Mesa County Attorney
Provides legal support to the Board of County Commissioners and all other appointed and elected officials of Mesa County and prosecutes cases for the people of the county.
Mesa County Fair
Information on local fair held every July.
Mesa County Health Department
Free and low-cost health clinics and nursing services to residents of Mesa County, Colorado.
Mesa County Public Library District
Hours and locations, calendar of events, online reference resources, and library facts and information.
Mesa County Valley School District #51
Mission statement, school homepages and general information.
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