Communications & Engagement

Communications & Engagement Department

The City's Communications & Engagement Department provides communications support for City Council, the City Manager, and all City departments.

The Communications & Engagement Department provides strategic communications planning to inform, consult, involve, collaborate, and empower internal and external stakeholders, including community members. The department manages multiple channels, including the City website and social media accounts, to keep the public informed on City news and programs.

If you have a question or need information about the City of Grand Junction, please call 970-244-1507 or send Communications & Engagement an email.

Members of the media on deadline can call 970-985-8180.

Website & Social Media

The City of Grand Junction engages customers through many digital outlets. Communicating with the City through the website, mobile app, and social media further enables customers to contact the City of Grand Junction in a direct and meaningful way.

Please follow the City of Grand Junction on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, NextDoor, and LinkedIn. A full list of our social media pages is available online.

Issues with the website or social media should be directed towards 970-244-1507 or the Communications & Engagement email.

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