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2011 News Releases  

The Reiner v. Marks court date gets to stay in Mesa County.


Today is the last day to register to vote in the 2011 Coordinated Election.


Mesa County Elections is conducting Logic & Accuracy test for the 2011 Coordinated Election.


The Motor Vehicle Offices will close at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday September 7, 2011. Motor Vehicle Training Requires DMV to Close Early on 9/7/11.


Last week, I received an open records request made by Marilyn Marks of Aspen. I am denying the portion of her request which would require disclosure of ballot images.

Exchanges Between Reiner and Marks
Mesa County Clerk and Recorder has Volunteer positions available in Elections, Recording, Motor Vehicle, and Clerk to the Board.

The Clerk & Recorder is pleased to announce that you can see how busy the
Motor Vehicle Department is before you leave home or work! 


The end of the month and the holiday weekend are approaching-avoid long lines at the Motor Vehicle Office. 


The Coordinated Election will be conducted by mail ballot. 


If you visit the Motor Vehicle Department in the next few weeks you will be asked a few questions at the end of your transaction with us.


The state system has been down since Monday and is going to be down again today. From the state: "We anticipate the system to be up and operating normally on Wednesday.”


March through June is the busiest time of year for Motor Vehicle registrations. The best time to visit our office is between 7:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.


Clerk's Response: Are their non-citizens registered to vote?


 Monday, March 7th is the last day to register to vote for the 2011 City of Grand Junction Municipal Election and the Downtown Development Authority.


The state system to process motor vehicle title work has been down since Monday and is going to be down until Monday, February 14th.


The state system was down yesterday and will be down again today to process title work for Motor Vehicles.


The new hours and schedules have been working well. The Fruita Motor Vehicle office will stay on its current schedule for the foreseeable future.


Due to a reduction in staff, today is the first day of the new hours for the Fruita Motor Vehicle office. We will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 7:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.

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