Cami Bremer taking the oath of office

2019 Oath of Office

VIDEO: El Paso County hosted the 2019 Oath of Office ceremony on Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019, in Centennial Hall. Two El Paso County Commissioners, five all-County elected officials, seven District Court Judges of the Fourth Judicial District, and three County Court Judges of the Fourth Judicial District received Oaths of Office during ceremonies Tuesday, January…

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User-Friendly Parcel Search Tool

El Paso County Assessor Steve Schleiker and his team will discontinue its outdated parcel search web page and transition to a remodeled, more user-friendly tool called the Property Record Card on Jan. 2, 2019. The new parcel search web page can be found at https://property.spatialest.com/co/elpaso/. The Property Record Card and another new tool called Citizen…

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Nature Center Events and Programs for January 2019

El Paso County’s Fountain Creek Nature Center and Bear Creek Nature Center announce the events and activities for January 2019 which includes: a bird count, night photography, hikes, volunteer orientations and a celebration of the new exhibits at Bear Creek Nature Center.   Fountain Creek Nature Center 320 Pepper Grass Lane, Fountain, CO 80817 719-520-6745,…

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Chipita Park Road Drainage Improvements Project Begins

El Paso County began construction of the Chipita Park Road Drainage Improvements at Sand Gulch this week.  The project is located along Chipita Park Road, approximately 13 miles northwest of downtown Colorado Springs and adjacent to Ute Pass Elementary School. The Project will generally consist of reconstruction and armoring of the Sand Gulch channel between…

Darryl Glenn Delivers Annual State of the Region Address

At the annual State of the Region address hosted by the Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce today, Board of El Paso County Commissioners President Darryl Glenn highlighted the county’s economic development, transparency, and efficiencies gained over the last year.  Commissioner Glenn also spoke to the county’s resilience and ingenuity that guided the county through the…

Former Sheriff’s Sergeant Ordered to Reimburse County for Frivolous Lawsuit Costs

The United States District Court in Denver ordered former El Paso County Sheriff’s Sergeant John Huntz to pay the County almost $9,000 in statutory costs incurred during a federal jury trial in August. Huntz, who worked for former El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa, had unsuccessfully sued El Paso County, claiming that the Sheriff’s Office…