Our children are our most treasured assets. However, in today’s
turbulent and highly-sexualized environment, they need our protection now more than ever. They are constantly barraged from every direction with sexually-explicit content and exposed and targeted on a regular basis with inappropriate and obscene information. We cannot allow this modus operandi to stand in Douglas County.

All we are asking you to do is to sign this petition to help protect our
kids’ innocence. When you sign on today, an automatic email will be
sent to our Douglas County Board of County Commissioners asking
them to evaluate and create new policy whereby citizen-owned county facilities cannot be used to promote illicit sexual information or events to under-aged children. We are asking our commissioners to limit the use of our county-owned facilities to adult appropriate events for 18-year-old adults and over.

We need you — parents, grandparents, community members, business leaders, etc. to stand in the gap with us to help safeguard our children and protect our family-friendly communities.

Douglas County is one of the most desired and safest places to live in Colorado and we want to keep it that way.

Thank you.

The form below will automatically send an email to the commissioners along with the information you provide.

Acceptable Use Policy Petition

Dear County Commissioners,

Protecting our children is an important role of government. Our children already face many pressures during the current times and do NOT need the County supporting events at its facilities with sexually related content.

We ask that you develop acceptable use policies that require any event with adult entertainment, sexually related content, or other inappropriate displays for children be limited to 18 years of age and over at County owned facilities.

Thank you for your consideration and we look forward to quickly hearing results of how you plan to implement these changes.

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