El Paso County Boards and Commissions Opportunities
Park Advisory Board
The Park Advisory Board reviews and comments on items and proposals related to park department policies, philosophies and objectives, and makes formal recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners.
The Board consists of nine members appointed by the Board of County Commissioners for three-year terms; members are limited to two full consecutive terms.
The committee consists of 9 voting members. The Board meets on the second Wednesday of the month at 1:30 pm., Centennial Hall, 200 S. Cascade Avenue, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The Park Advisory Board is currently seeking two new members to represent Districts 2 and 3.
This opening will close April 4th 2017.
Groundwater Quality Study Committee
The Groundwater Quality Study Committee seeks to evaluate existing water quality data on nitrates and other potential contaminants, fills data gaps, provides analysis of the data, monitors water quality, and explores land use and infrastructure planning implications. Committee responsibilities include engagement in a collaborative study process which includes the following activities: develop and refine and monitor scopes of work and budgets; provide input on a requests for proposals to conduct the studies and consultant selection; provide data for the study process and deliverables; help identify data gaps to be addressed by the studies; develop and implement monitoring plans; review and make recommendations regarding consultant work products; develop recommendations regarding public education, voluntary water quality protection programs, and regulations; and deliver study recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners.
The committee consists of 17 voting members representing areas of the water providers and management entities, the scientific community, development community, agricultural community, non-governmental organizations and the community at-large. Voting members serve for three-year terms. Additionally, the committee includes four ex-officio or non-voting members from El Paso County staff who serve for indefinite terms.
Meetings are held as needed on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 2:00 pm in Conference Room A/B at the Pikes Peak Regional Development Center, 2880 International Circle, Colorado Springs, Colorado; and at other locations with proper notice, such as El Paso County Parks Administrative Offices in Bear Creek Regional Park, 2002 Creek Crossing, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The Groundwater Quality Study Committee is currently seeking seventeen new members. This opening will close April 14, 2017.
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Pikes Peak Work Force
The Pikes Peak Workforce Center is now accepting new volunteer applications. There are a wide variety of volunteer opportunities to choose from that fit any skill and experience level. Volunteers support all departments, from information technology to business services. To see what's available and get involved, click here.