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Park County, Colorado
Physical Address:
501 Main St
Fairplay, CO 80440
Ph: (719) 836-2771
Fx: (719) 836-3273
Mailing Address:
PO Box 1373
Fairplay, CO 80440
Ph: (719) 836-2771
Fx: (719) 836-3273
County Offices Closed on Friday

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County Commissioners
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings.  Minutes are also available following approval. 
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Resolutions are available following approval.
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Ordinances are available following approval.
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The three-member Board of County Commissioners works to represent the interests of the citizens of Park County at local, State, and national levels. Commissioners are elected at large from one of three geographic districts for four-year staggered terms. 

Park County Commissioner Districts Map

Mike Brazell
District 1
Mike Brazell
Ph: (719) 836-4210
Dick Hodges
District 2
Dick Hodges
Ph: (719) 836-4209
Mark Dowaliby
District 3
Mark Dowaliby
Ph: (719) 836-4211

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Colorado State Statutes designate counties to function as a service of the State and to serve as the legislative, policymaking, and administrative body governing the unincorporated areas. The specific powers, authorities, and responsibilities of the Board of County Commissioners include the following:
  • The responsibility to provide leadership to county operations through the adoption of the annual budget, which includes all departments, commissions, and other spending agencies funded by County appropriations
  • The power to levy taxes, subject to State tax revenue limitations
  • The authority to represent and manage the business and concerns of the County and to care for its property

County Calendar
Wed, Jan. 28

Thu, Jan. 29

Wed, Feb. 4

News and Announcements
Draining the Antero Reservoir in Park County
This summer, Denver Water will empty Antero Reservoir to clear the way for significant repairs to the 100-year-old dam. Read on...
HAMET (High Altitude Mountain Environmental Training)
The Bureau of Land Management Royal Gorge Field Office received an application and a Plan of Development (POD) from the US Army Fort Carson requesting the use of public lands to conduct High Altitude Mountain Environment Training (HAMET). Read on...

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