The Board of El Paso County Commissioners, along with community members, recognized February 2020 as Black History Month, in El Paso County, Colorado, and reminds everyone to use this commemoration of Black History Month to serve as a reminder of the need for meaningful dialogue and shared commitment to collective action that uplifts and empowers.
The Board of County Commissioners recognized January 20, 2020, as Martin Luther King, Jr., Day to honor the accomplishments and sacrifices of those who work to ensure equality, dignity and opportunity for all.
The Board of County Commissioners recognizes November as Adoption Month in El Paso County and proclaims its sincere gratitude to our community’s adoptive families who have opened their hearts and homes to provide love and stability for the youngest members of our society, helping them grow into successful adults and building the future of El…
The Board of El Paso County Commissioners proclaimed Friday, Nov. 22, 2019, as “Honoring the Brave Day” in El Paso County and urged all citizens to support the good work of the Peak Military Care Network and its partner organizations.
The Board of County Commissioners recognized October as Art Month in the Pikes Peak Region and called citizens to enjoy, promote and support arts, culture and humanities in the community. Andy Vick from the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region (COPPer) encouraged people to have at least one new cultural experience with family or…
The Board of County Commissioners proclaimed the month of October as National Head Start Awareness Month in El Paso County, recognizing the Community Partnership for Child Development… “giving children a head start,” and the Head Start grantee agencies throughout the country and the important role they play in our County. Thursday, October 10, 2019
El Paso County Commissioners and representatives from Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity recognized World Habitat Day, 2019. Thursday, Oct. 3, 2019
This year marks the 69th anniversary of the beginning of the Korean War which commenced on June 25, 1950. The Board of El Paso County Commissioners approved a proclamation to show its gratitude and appreciation for all who fought in the Korean War and honors the many Korean War veterans who returned from the fields…
The Board of County Commissioners of El Paso County, Colorado recognizes the week of July 15th to July 19th, 2019 as Leadership Pikes Peak Week of Leadership in El Paso County and proclaims its gratitude and support for the graduates and alumni working as Community Trustees in the Pikes Peak Region.
The Human Society of the Pikes Peak Region and “Nacho” came to the Board of County Commissioners to talk about National Pet Preparedness Month. If there is an emergency, do you have a plan for your pets and livestock?