Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners
Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC)
Functions of the Clerk to the Board are set by the Colorado Constitution Article XIV, Section 8 and Colorado Revised Statutes §30-10-402 C.R.S.
The Clerk to the Board attends, records and maintains complete and accurate official records of the Board of County Commissioners' public meetings, which include many historical records of the County including the official minutes, meeting packets, contracts, resolutions, ordinances, public notices and special district files.
The Clerk to the Board's responsibilities also include processing of liquor licensing applications and renewals, marijuana licensing applications and renewals, special district service plans, public notices, and maintaining the County Code and Home Rule Charter.
The Clerk also serves as the Clerk to the Board of Equalization (BOE), coordinating appeals of property valuations to the BOE and Abatement Hearings before the BOCC pursuant to State Statues and Regulations.
Click here to access all the BOCC historical records from 1891 to current.