The Board of County Commissioners serves as the administrative and policy-making body for Arapahoe County. The Commissioners
are elected by voters to represent five districts, each divided by population. The Board approves the budget, hires staff,
oversees land-use planning and development; and administers county services. Departments overseen by the Commissioners include
BOCC Administration, Communication Services, Community Resources, County Attorney's Office, Facilities and Fleet Management,
Finance, Human Resources, Human Services, Information Technology, Public Works and Development and the Office of Performance
Voters elect the Clerk and Recorder, Sheriff, Assessor, Treasurer, Coroner and District Attorney, although the Board sets
the budget for these offices each year. The County has roughly 1,950 employees. To read more about the Commissioners click
on their bios below. Don't know which Commissioner represents you? Visit our District Map.