Board of County Commissioners

Board Members
  • Amy Levek, District 1 Commissioner
    Term Expires: January 10, 2017
  • Joan May, District 2 Commissioner
    Term Expires: January 8, 2019
  • Art Goodtimes, District 3 Commissioner
    Term Expires: January 10, 2017
Responsibilities
The Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) serves as both the administrative and policy-making body for San Miguel County. While, generally, the BOCC has only those powers specifically conferred by the state General Assembly, courts have held that they have such implied powers as may be necessary to carry out their specified powers. Constitutionally, the BOCC also sits as the County Board of Equalization. The Board also fills all vacancies in county offices other than those for County Commissioner and for Public Trustee. All powers of the county, as a legal entity, are exercised by the Board of County Commissioners and not by its individual members.

Commissioner Districts
Commissioners are elected at large for 4-year staggered terms, though each must live in the geographic district for which he/she is running. San Miguel County Commissioners elected in 2016 and in 2018 and thereafter will be limited to two terms. Electors, in 2015, voted to restore term limitations on county commissioners.

Commissioner district boundaries map (PDF) 
Regular Meetings
The Board of County Commissioners holds public meetings two to three times per month. Locations vary between the Telluride and Norwood County offices. Please check the Board of County Commissioners meeting calendar for meeting dates and locations.
Agendas, Packets, Minutes & Audio
Agendas and packets are available prior to the meetings. Audio is available after meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

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BOCC Document Viewer
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