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Public Views Renovated Garden Park Facility

The Canon City Chamber of Commerce Prospectors staged a ribbon cutting Tuesday for the newly renovated Garden Park Building in Canon City. Cutting the ribbon is Commission Chairman Ed Norden flanked by Commissioner Tim Payne (left) and Commissioner Debbie Bell, County Manager George Sugars, and Sheriff Jim Beicker (right).

The staff at Fremont County Public and Environmental Health played host on Tuesday to public tours of the newly renovated Garden Park Building at 201 North 6th in Cañon City.   Public Health staff moved into their new office space in February but an open house was delayed until remodeling was completed for the Fremont County Sheriff’s Department Investigations Unit which is housed in the northwest corner of the building.

The Cañon City Chamber of Commerce Prospectors took part in a ribbon cutting prior to tours being offered throughout the new facility.   In addition to Public Health and Sheriff’s Investigations, the Garden Park Building is also home to Fremont County Weed Control and the Fremont County Office of Emergency Management.    A large conference room is also available for training sessions for Public Health Staff and Sheriff’s personnel and well as other community uses.