Four Years of Top Performance by Vital Statistics Team
Montrose, COLO.— The CO Department of Public Health & Environment conducts an extensive audit each year of all 64 Colorado Clerk & Recorder offices. For the fourth year in a row, the Montrose County Clerk & Recorder Vital Statistics Office has once again scored 100% on these audits, earning the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment’s Annual 5 Star Performance Award.
Montrose County received this award as the result of having perfect scores and 100% compliance throughout the 2016 year on audits conducted by the state. Out of 64 counties in the state, Montrose is one of six to receive the award for 2016. However, what makes Montrose stand out even further is that Montrose is one of only two counties in the State of Colorado to consistently receive this award four years in a row.
Tressa Guynes, County Clerk & Recorder said, “What really sets our Montrose County team apart is that they have earned this performance award for four years in a row. We share that distinction with only one other office out of the 64 Colorado counties. This team represents you on the state level. I want you to know what an exceptional team you have representing you.”
Tressa also commended her other offices for their exemplary work during the most recent Primary & General Election, and also for serving customers on a daily basis with vehicle registrations and titling. “I’m very proud of my entire team at the County Clerk’s Office.”