New Weld County public works director started at the ground level

Belen Ward
bwards@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 5/26/22

Curtis Hall started with the Weld County Public Works Road and Bridge Division in 1996 as a seasonal worker today; he is the county's new Public Works Director, according to news release.

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New Weld County public works director started at the ground level

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Curtis Hall started with the Weld County Public Works Road and Bridge Division in 1996 as a seasonal worker, and today, he is the county's new public works director.

"I am grateful the board of commissioners has entrusted me with this position," Hall said. "I know my experience and background will provide me with a good foundation to continue to lead this team of amazing employees who plan, design, build and maintain the county's infrastructure."

Hall replaced current director Jay McDonald as the department head after McDonald retired last year.

While Hall was moving up the ladder, he continued with professional development courses and certificates. He also gained experience training employees in several divisions and was a supervisor and manager. 

"Curtis has grown with the department and has experience in multiple divisions as a trainer, supervisor and manager," said Commissioner Chair Scott James. "The board is confident Curtis will continue to lead the department in a professional manner that keeps up with the growing infrastructure needs of the county while also reflecting the fiscal responsibility desired by the board."

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