Public Notice: Los Alamos Daily Post Selected ‘Official Newspaper Of Record’ For Los Alamos County


After completing a competitive solicitation process, Los Alamos County has entered into a contract with the Los Alamos Daily Post to be its official newspaper of record for notices lawfully required to be published in a newspaper of general circulation. Examples of such notices include publications regarding elections by the County Clerk, Procurement solicitation notices, or planning and zoning notices from the Community Development Department.

Legal notices will run in the Thursday print edition of the Post, which is mailed free of charge to every household in Los Alamos and White Rock and distributed in newspaper racks throughout the County. In addition, the Daily Post has agreed to publish all notices on their digital news webpage under a “Legal Notices” heading, at no additional charge, during the week that the legal notice appears in the printed newspaper. The contract with the Post will be in effect until 2023. Legal notices will no longer be placed in the Los Alamos Monitor newspaper unless obligations for current contracts or grants already anticipated use of the Monitor for setting required publishing deadlines.