It con But, just two weeks before Census Day this year, Gov. “As part of our revised plan, we will conduct additional training sessions and provide awards to enumerators in recognition of those who maximize hours worked.”. We want it to be as accurate as possible,” Elliot said. Pitkin County is one of the 64 counties in the U.S. state of Colorado. Livability explores what makes small-to-medium sized cities great places to live. Sign up today! Jared Polis ordered that all ski resorts shut down to quell the transmission of COVID-19. Brenneman said that announcement, along with an executive memorandum this week stating that “illegal aliens” will not be counted toward a community’s population, are intimidation tactics to keep minorities from being equally represented. Snowmass has also constructed a new restaurant near Elk Camp, replacing Cafe Suzanne with a large, brand new restaurant. “It’s terrifying the immigrant population — who already did not want to complete the census,” she said. Residents typically use P.O. The county seat is Aspen. “Budgets are completely crushed because so much state, local and federal funding is going to COVID response and recovery,” Brenneman said. Clear skies. Castle Peak is the only 14er in the range that is easier to climb then Snowmass. Brenneman said the census staff assigned to Colorado’s Western Slope are confident that they can still meet or exceed 2010 response rates in the next two months. Although it is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 44449. As of the 2010 census the population was 47. During the American Civil War, Camp Dennison served as a military recruiting and training post for the United States Army. The Parshall Post Office has the ZIP Code 80468. It is named for William Dennison, the 24th Governor of Ohio and U.S. Postmaster General under President Abraham Lincoln. Adding to the work is an announcement this week from the director of the Census Bureau, Steven Dillingham, moving up the final day of the count by a month. Snowmass Fanny Hill Cabins review continues Monday by council, Boebert, Mitsch Bush dueling to wrest the reins of CD3 race amid COVID-19, Hunter S. Thompson legacy lives on in Aspen; new 'Freak Power' film follows 1970 campaign for sheriff, Aspen Institute announces online democracy programming next week, ▶ The Aspen Local Update | Freak Power: The Ballot or the Bomb, Racially sensitive Facebook post divides small Colorado town, Residents debate mountain living amid wildfire concerns, Appeals court orders new sentencing in homemade bomb case, Woman accused in QAnon kidnapping plot pleads not guilty, General becomes 1st Black head of U.S. Air Force Academy, Few fans, masked umps, muted celebrations for World Series, Argentina hits 1 million cases as virus slams Latin America, Trump 'running angry,' attacks polls, press and Dr. Fauci, Chiefs, Edwards-Helaire run away with 26-17 win over Bills, Republicans see bright spot in voter registration push, Town of Basalt pursuit of $1.8M midvalley parcel back on, Aspen native Bridger Gile to race in FIS World Cup opener, County commissioners approve COVID-19 emergency resolution, Health board sees concerning trends, need for more testing.