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 of El Paso County acknowledges the retirement of Elaine Johnsen who has faithfully served El Paso County for 16 years in Financial Services, support the Department of Human Services and Public Health.
The Board of County Commissioners of El Paso County acknowledges the retirement of Staci Smith who has faithfully served El Paso County for 22 years working in both the El Paso County Clerk & Recorder’s Office and Assessor’s Office.
El Paso County Planning and Community Development 2019 Year in Review presented by Executive Director Craig Dossey to the Board of County Commissioners on January 30, 2020 Planning 2019 Year in Review: PDF
El Paso County Assessor Steve Schleiker provides an annual report for 2019 Year in Review to the Board of County Commissioners, January 30, 2020. Assessor 2019 Review BOCC Presentation: PDF
El Paso County Clerk and Recorder Chuck Broerman presented an office update (including motor vehicle and elections) to the Board of County Commissioners on Tuesday, January 28, 2020.
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.
VIDEO: Chair of the Board of County Commissioners, Mark Waller, highlights a Region on the Rise at this year’s State of the Region address.
The Board of El Paso County Commissioners recognized December 7, 2019, as Pearl Harbor Day in El Paso County, and urges all citizens to set aside time on that day to reflect on the bitter lessons learned, to honor the profound bravery of all those who served and to pay special tribute to those who…
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…