The Jefferson County Commissioners are hosting a telephone town hall to discuss issues related to the county budget on Monday, August, 31, at 6 p.m.

According to a press release, the commissioners will discuss such issues as the distribution of CARES Act funds to cities, businesses and nonprofits and provide updates on how the COVID-19 crisis is effective the Jeffco economy and county budget.

Residents will be able to ask questions during the call. They can also submit questions

During this over the phone meeting, the commissioners will discuss important issues in Jefferson County regarding our budget. Things like the CARES Act funds that are being distributed to our cities, businesses, nonprofits and more during these very challenging times. We will also provide information on the COVID-19 crisis and other factors that are affecting our budget and the Jefferson County economy.

Most importantly, the commissioners want to hear from you. You can just listen in or you can ask the commissioners and county staff questions on the topics discussed. Participants can also submit a question before the meeting using the online form available at

How to Participate

Residents can participate by calling 855-695-3486. They can also pre-registered to be called during the meeting by calling 855-695-3846. A random selection of 50,000 Jeffco phone numbers will also be called at the start of the meeting.