Basalt Town Government


Basalt Town Government
Basalt Town Government is listed in the Government Services category in Basalt, Colorado. Displayed below is the only current social network for Basalt Town Government which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Basalt Town Government on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 65.

Contact information for Basalt Town Government is:
600 Southside Dr
Basalt, CO 81621
(970) 927-8214
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Spent the day interviewing candidates for Basalt PD. Amazing candidates who all were inspired to apply to join an awesome PD family. The interviews started late and the interview group was short due to the manhunt in Basalt. What an honor to work with Chief Greg Knott, Officer Jason Hegberg and Bennett Bramson!

Super quick coverage of the Basalt police chase of Carbondale robbery suspects!
Two men suspected of an armed robbery in Carbondale last week have eluded numerous law enforcement officers so far during a manhunt today (Tuesday, Feb. 21) in the hills east of Basalt. As of 1 p.m., the suspects were still on the run after a search of 3 ½ hours. Officers on the hillside reported…

Sgt. Aaron Munch! We are so proud of you and Basalt PD!
In between traffic stops on Highway 82 as traffic whizzed by Thursday morning, Basalt police Sgt. Aaron Munch recalled how a drunken driver ran him over while he directed

Town of Basalt shared Colorado Department of Education's video.
Yeah BHS!!
Stories of Promising Practice: Discover how Roaring Fork School District's capstone project is helping prepare #Colorado graduates. Read the full story here: #edcolo #COEdHighlights #COEdStories

Great team work between Basalt and Eagle County!
Elected officials in Basalt pressed the Eagle County commissioners this week to coordinate growth in the Roaring Fork Valley, but nothing concrete came out of a joint meeting.When the