The Board of County Commissioners is an administrative and policy-making body for Teller County as delegated by the Colorado General Assembly. The Commissioners are elected by voters to represent the three districts in Teller County. The three-member Board of County Commissioners is the main policy-making body in the County and works to represent the interests of the citizens of the county at local, state, and national levels. Commissioners are elected at large from one of three geographic districts for four-year staggered terms. Commissioners are limited to serving two four-year terms.
Meeting Agendas & Schedules
Agenda Cut Off: Any items to be submitted for inclusion on the "published" Board of County Commissioners agenda must be received by the Administration Office no later than Noon on the dates associated with the respective Commissioner Meeting Dates listed in the Meetings and Submission Deadlines section. Agenda Item Request Form (PDF)
Agenda Submission can be done by doing one of the following: