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A First Responders Career Funded by the City of Grand Junction

The City of Grand Junction continues to invest in the professional development of its employees. In addition to the generous benefit package and numerous other resources, the City also assists in paying for training and certifications for employees who are looking to enhance and expand their skill…

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Grand Junction’s Water Awarded Best in the U.S.

When it comes to water quality, Grand Junction has the best in the country. Grand Junction recently took home second place in the American Water Works Association’s Best of the Best Water Taste Test Competition, held in Toronto, Canada. Trained water flavor profilers scrutinized the entries during…

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A Rewarding Career with Grand Junction Fire Department

Becoming a firefighter is no easy task. It requires grueling work, long hours, teamwork and a desire to help others. The Grand Junction Fire Department (GJFD) represents all of these qualities and constantly trains for a variety of emergencies. These first responders are equipped with rope rescue…

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Keeping Grand Junction Beautiful

When spring temperatures begin to rise, the City of Grand Junction Parks & Recreation Department’s Horticulture Division sees the fruit of their labor bloom. Each year the City makes a concerted effort to increase the number of flowers and other plants grown in the City’s greenhouse. In 2022, the…

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City of Grand Junction Firefighter enjoys making a difference

Becoming a full-time firefighter takes discipline and perseverance. From the competitive nature of the industry to the challenging training and life-threatening risks, there are many factors involved in a firefighter career. Grand Junction currently has 7 fire stations across the city, with the…

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Meaningful projects and a relationship-focused work culture

As recently retired Scott Peterson drives around Grand Junction, the memories of his rewarding career with the City of Grand Junction come flooding in. Peterson recently retired after two decades of working in the Community Development Department. He started as an associate planner and worked his…

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