Commissioners

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  • Phone: 970-328-8605
    Fax: 970-328-8629

    Commissioners
    P.O. Box 850
    500 Broadway
    Eagle, Colorado 81631-0850 

    eagleadmin@eaglecounty.us

Commissioners

Eagle County is governed by a three member board of commissioners. The commissioners are elected at large to four-year staggered terms. The board is county government's main policy-making body and serves in an administrative, budgetary and at times a quasi-judicial capacity.

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Department News

5/21/2020 - County launches collaborative COVID-19 Business Toolkit for Blue Phase
Eagle County is sharing an updated COVID-19 Business Toolkit to help local businesses navigate the transition from the Green Phase to the Blue Phase of the Transition Trail Map.... Read More
5/19/2020 - MEDIA ADVISORY: Remote Media Availability on May 21
Eagle County is anticipating the transition to a new Public Health Order on May 25, pending approval from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.... Read More
4/28/2020 - County launches collaborative COVID-19 Business Toolkit
Eagle County is sharing a COVID-19 Business Toolkit to help local businesses navigate the transition to the Public Health Order that became effective April 27.... Read More

 

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The county commissioners act as the governing body of the county. They are elected at large to four year terms, and enact policies such as the establishment of the property tax rate and the adoption of the budget. They adopt ordinances or local laws that affect citizens living in unincorporated Eagle County.

The commissioners meet every Monday and Tuesday, with the exception of legal holidays and regularly-scheduled, off-site conferences, in the Eagle County Room at 500 Broadway in Eagle.  

All commission meetings are open to the public with the exception of executive sessions, and public comment is taken during the Tuesday session. Comments may be limited to items listed on the agenda. BoCC meetings (and much more) are televised on the county's cable channel ecoTV18, which is channel 18 on both Comcast and CenturyTel cable. Program lineup can be found at ecoTV18 and can also be streamed live via your computer.