Thank you Adams County voters!

“Adams County is a great place to live, work, and recreate. Without increasing taxes, 1A & 1B will ensure we can plan for growth, preserve our open spaces, and maintain a quality road system.”

– Adams County Commissioner Board,
(From left to right: Steve O’Dorisio, Eva J. Henry, Emma Pinter, Charles “Chaz” Tedesco, and Mary Hodge)

In thirty years, Adams County will have more people than the city of Denver and be the third-largest county in the state.  We need to act now to plan better for growth and preserve our quality of life, open spaces, water quality, and road system.

Without increasing taxes, 1A and 1B will give Adams County the resources it needs to plan for the future.

Jan Kulmann,
Mayor of Thornton

“1A & 1B are right for Thornton and they are right for Adams County. Protecting open space and improving roads are both top priorities.”


Bo Martinez, President/CEO of Adams County Regional Economic Partnership

“Adams County is growing rapidly. We are heading in the right direction, but we need 1A & 1B to ensure Adams County remains a great place to live, work, and recreate.”


Conor Hall,
Intermountain West Director of Conservation at the Trust for Public Land

“The Trust for Public Land’s mission is to protect land for people, ensuring healthy, livable communities for generations to come. This measure will do exactly that & given the development pressures Adams County faces, the time to act is now! TPL whole-heartedly endorses 1A. “


Latino Outdoors

“Continuing to invest in the conservation efforts of open space in Adams County through the tax that is already in place would allow for the expansion and restoration of lands closest to the Latinx communities that have suffered from environmental injustice and racism for decades. Latino Outdoors Colorado endorses measure 1A because we support equitable access to nature and the outdoors for all.”


Anita Seitz,
Mayor Pro Tem of Westminster

“Adams County 1A & 1B will ensure that Westminster, and the entire region, continues to be a great place to live. Preserving our water quality and open spaces, along with maintaining a quality road system, ensures that future generations can enjoy Colorado the same way we do today.”


Benjamin Huseman,
Mayor of Commerce City

“Two years ago we had the vision of constructing the first inclusive playground in Commerce City. A vision that would ensure children of all abilities would be able to play with other children and that all children will be enriched by those experiences. Without support from Adams County through the open spaces grants, this vision would not have been possible to achieve. Maintaining these taxes is critical to ensuring our ability to construct and renovate parks to create a network of inclusive parks that all of our children can enjoy, today, tomorrow, and in to the future.”