YUMA

COUNTY

A little slice of heaven located in eastern

COLORADO

COVID-19 Operations

WRAY OFFICE

The Wray Office at 340 S. Birch St. is closed to the public, unless special circumstances arise.

We encourage folks to call the office at 970-332-4877 for any and all assistance needed.

If you would like to apply for services you can always apply over-the-phone or by applying through Colorado PEAK online. Paper applications are available and are located by the front door of the Department in a file box.

A secure “Drop” box is also located by the front door of the Department for any documentation that is requested if you do not have the capabilities of sending electronically (via email, faxing, etc.).

If there is no way to avoid or if rule requires face-to-face meetings they will be conducted at Wray office. We would ask that you call prior, if possible, and instructions will be given.

YUMA OUTREACH OFFICE

Currently the Yuma Outreach Office at 910 S. Main, is also closed to the public.

Please call the Wray Office at 970-332-4877 for any and all assistance needed.

As above, application for services can be done over-the-phone, through PEAK or you may pick up a paper application, located next to the office door on the main floor (across from driver’s license).

Additionally, a secure “Drop” box is also located right next to the office door for any documentation if needed.

No face-to-face meetings will be conducted at the outreach office at this time.

Also all EBT Cards will be distributed by mail. Please call the Wray Office 970-332-4877 for assistance.

Please remember to call with any Child Welfare or Adult Protection concerns!

¡Recuerde llamar con cualquier inquietud sobre bienestar infantil o protección de adultos!

What is Happening in Yuma County

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A Little Bit About Us

Yuma County was formed in 1889 from a portion of Washington County. Located on the Northeastern Colorado Plains with Nebraska and Kansas at its border, Yuma County has an area of approximately 2,379 square miles. The County Seat has resided in Wray, Colorado since 1902 and as of 2015 approximately 10,146 people reside in Yuma County according to the Colorado Demography Office. The County offers moderate summers, crisp falls, cool winters and warm spring. We average 260 days of sunshine and 16.7″ of annual rainfall. Yuma County offers a wholesome quality of life with fresh, clean air in a serene agricultural setting.

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