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Meetings are Live Online!

Listen to County Commissioner meetings as well as Planning Commission, Development Services, Public Worksessions and many other county meetings. Read More About EPC

County Commissioner meetings are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Centennial Hall.

El Paso County Seeks Citizen Input to Update Transportation Priorities - Information Will Guide Transportation Planning Now to 2040
El Paso County Seeks Citizen Input to Update Transportation Priorities - Information Will Guide Transportation Planning Now to 2040

Residents throughout El Paso County are invited to participate in planning the County’s future transportation system by getting involved in the Major Transportation Corridors Plan (MTCP) Update 

Construction Begins on South Marksheffel Road Between Fontaine Boulevard and Link Road
Construction Begins on South Marksheffel Road Between Fontaine Boulevard and Link Road

Construction is set to begin on the “Marksheffel South Improvement Project.”  Work will impact travel on Marksheffel Road between Fontaine Boulevard on the north and Link Road on the south. 

El Paso County Now Enrolling Students for Citizens College in March
El Paso County Now Enrolling Students for Citizens College in March

El Paso County is now enrolling students for its next Citizens College; classes Saturday March 12 and 19, at the Charles C. “Chuck” Brown Transportation and Environment Complex at 3275 Akers Drive.

Colorado Springs Independence Center Presents Emergency Shelter Kit
Colorado Springs Independence Center Presents Emergency Shelter Kit

The Board of El Paso County Commissioners (BoCC) on Tuesday (Feb. 9) received one of 18 emergency shelter kits, presented across the state, to assist people with disabilities when they are seeking help from disaster emergency shelters.

County Offices Will Be Closed Presidents’ Day, Monday February 15, 2016
County Offices Will Be Closed Presidents’ Day, Monday February 15, 2016

All El Paso County administrative and elected administrative offices and affiliated agencies, will be closed Monday, February 15, 2016 in observance of President’s Day.

Applications for El Paso County Fair Queen Now Being Accepted
Applications for El Paso County Fair Queen Now Being Accepted

The El Paso County Fair Queen committee is currently seeking applications from candidates interested in becoming the 2016 El Paso County Fair Queen. Applications are due by 3 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 25, 2016 at the Fair office.

Westside Avenue Action Plans Reveal Community Benefits
Westside Avenue Action Plans Reveal Community Benefits

Plans to improve the Colorado Avenue Corridor from 31st Street to Highway 24 include projected improvements and changes to Ridge Road, Columbia Road, the Midland Trail and Fountain Creek

WANTED:  Your Input on Voter Service and Polling Centers
WANTED: Your Input on Voter Service and Polling Centers

The El Paso County Clerk and Recorder's Office is holding a public comment period February 1 – March 1 to get input from YOU - people who know your neighborhoods and can offer suggestions.

   
   
About El Paso County
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Assessor
Discovers, lists and values real and taxable personal property.

Elected Official: Steve Schleiker

Board of County Commissioners
Administrative and policy-making body as delegated by the Colorado General Assembly.

Contact Us: 719-520-7276 (PASO)

Elected Officials:
Darryl Glenn, District 1
Amy Lathen, District 2
Sallie Clark, District 3
Dennis Hisey, District 4
Peggy Littleton District 5

Clerk & Recorder
Administers County elections, recordings, marriage licenses, property records, motor vehicle transactions, and liquor licensing for unincorporated El Paso County, and serves as the Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners.

Elected Official: Chuck Broerman

Coroner
The County Coroner is responsible for the certification of all deaths in its jurisdiction.

Elected Official: Dr. Robert C. Bux

District Attorney
Public prosecutor for the citizens of El Paso and Teller County.

Elected Official: Dan May

Sheriff
Maintains the peace and enforces state criminal laws.

Elected Official: Bill Elder

Surveyor
Represent the County in disputes over County boundaries, When authorized, may conduct surveys of County boundaries, Can establish disputed boundaries when applied for or at the appointment by the courts.

Elected Official: Lawrence Burnett

Treasurer
Collects, maintains and disburses county funds.

Elected Official: Mark Lowderman

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