Jefferson County transitions to four-day business week

Coronavirus

JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (KDVR) — Jefferson County announced a transition to a four-day business week for most of the county’s offices beginning June 1.

Many offices will close to the public on Fridays.

Most employees will work four 10-hour days instead of five 8-hour days.

Not all county offices will be impacted by the change:

  • Sheriff’s Office – there will be no change to how law enforcement activities are conducted.
  • Courts and those employees associated with the courts:
    • The courts side of the Administration and Courts Facility, run by the First Judicial District, will continue to operate as usual.
    • The District Attorney’s Office will retain its normal five-day business week operations.
  • The Jefferson County Public Library system will continue its normal hours of operations.
  • Coroner’s Office

Jefferson County recommends checking their website to verify the hours and days the offices are open.

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