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Construction Begins For New Playground Monday, May 22nd!
Bob Lembke and other members of the 70 Ranch presented a check to the Town of Kersey’s Mayor and Board of Trustees at their monthly meeting on May 10, 2017.The Town of Kersey will close and begin construction on a new playground structure at Kohler Park, next to Town Hall, on Monday, May 22, 2017. The new playground will re-open on July 1, 2017. Bob Lembke, the owner of the 70 Ranch, a14,000 acre ranch approximately 5 miles east of Kersey, CO, donated all of the funding necessary to replace the Town of Kersey’s aging playground equipment at Kohler Park. “I have a great soft spot in my heart for children,” says 70 Ranch Manager Robert Lembke “When I heard about the Town’s issues, I said, ‘These kids need a place to play this summer.’”
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About Town of Kersey, Colorado
The Town of Kersey is a small, picturesque community located in Weld County, Colorado. Established in the early 20th century, Kersey has a rich history and has grown over the years while maintaining its small-town charm. With a population of around 1,500 residents, Kersey offers a quiet, rural atmosphere while still being conveniently located near larger urban centers such as Greeley and Fort Collins.
Kersey is situated along the South Platte River, which provides a natural setting for various outdoor activities, including fishing, hiking, and birdwatching. The town boasts several parks and green spaces, offering residents and visitors plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and connect with nature.
The town is primarily residential, with a mix of single-family homes and some commercial establishments, such as restaurants, shops, and service providers. Kersey has a strong sense of community, with local events and activities that bring residents together throughout the year. Examples include the annual Kersey Day celebration, community potlucks, and holiday events.
Education is a priority in Kersey, with the Platte Valley School District serving the community's students. The district is committed to providing a high-quality education and offers various programs and extracurricular activities to support student success.
Kersey is dedicated to supporting local businesses and fostering economic growth, with the town's leaders actively working to attract new businesses and create a welcoming environment for entrepreneurs. Agriculture plays a significant role in the local economy, with the surrounding area being home to numerous farms and ranches.
In terms of transportation, Kersey is easily accessible via Highway 34, which connects the town to Greeley and other nearby cities. This convenient location makes it possible for residents to commute to nearby urban centers for work or leisure while still enjoying the benefits of living in a smaller community.
Kersey Police Department
The Kersey Police Department is a local law enforcement agency responsible for ensuring the safety and security of the residents in the Town of Kersey, Colorado. The department is committed to serving the community with professionalism, integrity, and respect, and its mission is to protect lives and property while fostering positive relationships with the community.
The Kersey Police Department is staffed by a team of dedicated officers and support personnel who work together to prevent and respond to crime, maintain public order, and ensure the well-being of the residents. They carry out various tasks, such as patrolling the streets, investigating crimes, and engaging with the community through outreach programs and events.
To contact the Kersey Police Department, you can use the following information:
Kersey Police Department
Address: 332 3rd Street, Kersey, CO 80644
Phone (non-emergency): (970) 353-1681
Email: [email protected]
Please note that in case of an emergency, you should always dial 911.
It is essential to check the facility's website or contact them directly for the most up-to-date information regarding the department's services, programs, and operations.
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