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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.

 

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Commissioners Approve on First Reading Ballot Measure  to Retain Excess Revenue for Parks and Trails
Commissioners Approve on First Reading Ballot Measure to Retain Excess Revenue for Parks and Trails

The Board of El Paso County Commissioners approved on first reading a proposed ballot question asking voters’ permission for the County to retain and expend $2,044,758 in excess revenues collected in 2013 based on limitations established by Article X, Section 20 of the Colorado Constitution.

Mandatory Reporting of Elder Abuse: 1st Month Report Card
Mandatory Reporting of Elder Abuse: 1st Month Report Card

With the passage of Senate Bill 13-111 since July 1, 2014 in Colorado certain professionals are now required to report abuse, caretaker neglect and exploitation of at risk-elders.  An at-risk elder is any person who is 70 years of age or older. If you are a mandatory reporter and you witness or become aware that an at-risk elder has been or is at imminent risk for mistreatment (abuse, caretaker neglect, or exploitation), you must make a report to law enforcement within 24 hours.

CDOT Adding New Communications Tools for U.S. 24
CDOT Adding New Communications Tools for U.S. 24

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has developed new methods to help ensure the public is informed about road conditions and protocols for U.S. 24 on Ute Pass – primarily when flooding is possible but also when there are other impacts to travel.

County Administrator Pleads With Utilities Board To Keep Jones Park Under Local Control
County Administrator Pleads With Utilities Board To Keep Jones Park Under Local Control

County parks seeks to preserve local control over Jones Park area. A plan currently under consideration by Colorado Springs City Council would turn over control of Jones Park, in the Bear Creek Watershed, to the Federal Government.

County Formally Accepts 215 Acre Site to Create Falcon Regional Park
County Formally Accepts 215 Acre Site to Create Falcon Regional Park

The land, situated in the northeast corner of the Meridian Ranch Development near Falcon High School gives County Parks the opportunity to develop a regional park in one of the fastest growing areas of El Paso County.

Household Hazardous Waste is Open to the Public
Household Hazardous Waste is Open to the Public

Cleaning out the garage or the house this summer? Bring all your recyclables to the El Paso County Household Hazardous Waste Facility. Click the link for a full list of acceptable items.

About El Paso County
El Paso County lies in east central Colorado (statewide map), and encompasses more than 2,158 square miles... Read More
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Assessor
Discovers, lists and values real and taxable personal property.

Elected Official: Mark Lowderman

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: Wayne Williams

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: Terry Maketa

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: Robert C. Balink

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