Chief Dan Brennan and his command staff hosted an interactive panel of current and former Chiefs, officers and firefighters who shared their stories and history protecting and serving the City of Wheat Ridge.
The event took place on Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019 from 5 – 7 p.m.
To watch the video click HERE.
The Panel of current and former police chiefs, and officers included:
Howard Jaidinger joined the Wheat Ridge Fire Department (WRFD) in 1967 a...
Tour your way around Wheat Ridge with your very own 2019 Passport to Wheat Ridge to dozens of businesses and events!
This passport includes offers and coupons from businesses across the city, along with information about social events that build relationships within our community.The proceeds from the 2019 Passport to Wheat Ridge are funding the restoration of the Wheat...
Free Christmas tree recycling is available now through the end of February.
Drop-off sites are open daily from sunrise until sunset at the following park locations:
Prospect Park · 11300 W 44th Ave(south of the tennis courts)
Panorama Park · W 33rd Ave & Fenton St
Signs will be posted at both locations to h...
Beginning Friday, Dec. 21, Wheat Ridge residents interested in applying for the position of City Treasurer may submit applications.
The City Treasurer is required to be a registered elector of the city for a period of twelve (12) consecutive months immediately preceding appointment, and must remain a resident of Wheat Ridge throughout his or her entire appointment.
We've created a new icon on the Home page of the City website where visitors can easily find important documents, information, and a list of departments within the City of Wheat Ridge.
The new icon next to Police, Parks & Rec, Bids & Proposals, provides easy access to links for those web pages most often visited. After trying it out if you don't find what you need, please contact our Public Information Officer for additional hel...