PO Box 959 / 112 N. "A" Street,
Cripple Creek, CO 80813
Phone: 719.689.2988 Fax: 719.686.7900
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
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Online Board of County Commissioners Meeting NoticeMeeting Agendas and 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 12:00 pm Noon on the dates associated with the respective Commissioner Meeting
Dates listed below.
Agenda Item Request Form
Agenda Submission can be done by doing one of the following:
• Faxed to (719) 686-7900 • e-mailed to
Lynn Fenn • Mailed to
Teller County B.O.C.C. P.O.
Box 959 Cripple Creek, CO 80813 or
• Delivered to the Teller County Centennial Building, 112 N. A
St., Cripple Creek CO 80813 (
Commissioner Work Sessions: For the duration of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency, the Teller County Board of County Commissioners may be
required to meet on a frequent basis in person or remotely to receive community/leadership/response updates for situational
awareness. Below is a list of Work Session dates with links to the agenda including Zoom Meeting ID.
Commissioner Meeting Dates: The Teller County Board of County Commissioners meet in a regular meeting twice a month,
usually at the Centennial Building in Cripple Creek (112 N. A Street, Cripple Creek, CO). The meetings are generally held on the second and fourth
Thursdays of the month, but may vary due to holiday and other scheduling conflicts.