Darryl Glenn graduated from Doherty High School in Colorado Springs. He holds a Bachelor of Science from the United States Air Force Academy, a Master’s in Business Administration from Western New England College and a Juris Doctor from New England School of Law.
Glenn retired from the Air Force as a Lieutenant Colonel after 21 years of active duty and reserve service. He led a $19 million Iceland Command and Control Enhancement Program implementing performance standards that saved $400,000. He served as Program Manager for a $5 billion office responsible for implementing a base realignment and closure plan. And, he supervised 35 communication system programs valued at $1 billion developing support plans that saved $20 million while providing a 40 percent increase in warfighting capability.
Glenn was appointed to the Colorado Springs City Council in June 2003. He was elected to serve a four-year term in April 2005 and reelected to another term in 2009. As a Council Representative, he served as a member of a board of elected officials overseeing a $350 million municipal budget, a $1 billion four-service municipal utility and a $600 million municipal health care system.
On November 2, 2010, Glenn was elected to the El Paso County Board of Commissioners. Glenn was then reelected in 2014 by more than 80 percent of his consitutents in Commissioner District 1. Here, he serves as a member of a board of elected officials responsible for overseeing and implementing federal and state requirements impacting County financial operations for more than 600,000 residents.
Glenn is also the Co-Owner of the Glenn Law Firm P.C. specializing in Family Law, Public Policy and Campaign Management consulting. Glenn’s personal and professional affiliations and accomplishments include: Christian, New Life Church member, Former Vice Chairman El Paso County Republican Party, Republican Precinct Committee Leader, Member of the Colorado and El Paso County Bar Association, Personal Fitness and Nutrition Coach, Former President of the Douglass Valley Elementary Parent Teacher’s Organization and three-time Collegiate National Powerlifting Champion.
NEPCO (North El Paso County Coalition of Community Organizations) November 22, 2014: PDF Presentation
C4C (City for Champions) January 16, 2014: PDF Presentation
NEPCO (North El Paso County Coalition of Community Organizations) November 9, 2013: PDF Presentation
TriLakes State of the Region March 12, 2015: PDF Presentation
TriLakes State of the Region February 26, 2014: PDF Presentation
Town Hall Meeting October 19, 2013: PDF Presentation
Town Hall Meeting March 16, 2013: PDF Presentation
Town Hall Meeting February 8, 2013: PDF Presentation
Town Hall Meeting November 10, 2012: PDF Presentation
Town Hall Meeting 4th Quarter 2012: PDF Presentation
Town Hall Meeting 3rd Quarter 2012 - Saturday, August 04, 2012: PDF Presentation
Town Hall Meeting 2nd Quarter 2012 - Saturday, May 19, 2012: PDF Presentation
Willow Springs Range Community Meeting from Thursday, March 15, 2012: PDF Presentation
Town Hall Meeting 1st Quarter 2012 - :
Doewood Drive Gate Closure : Right-of-way Vacation & Proposed Improvements presentation from Tuesday, Febuary 14, 2012: PDF Presentation
Commissioner Glenn can be reached at:
200 South Cascade Avenue, Suite 100, Colorado Springs, CO 80903-2202
Phone: (719) 520-6411
Fax: (719) 520-6397
District 1 Map
District 1 Transportation Projects
2011 El Paso County Capital Projects (notes)
El Paso County Road Projects