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Clear Creek County, Colorado – Finance Director

Located about 35 miles west of Denver, on the eastern side of the Continental Divide, Clear Creek County, Colorado (pop. 9,900, area 396 sq. mi.), is naturally beautiful and central to state history. Within four national forests (Arapaho, Pike, Roosevelt, and San Isabel) and 72% comprised of public lands, the county takes its name from Clear Creek, a major site of the 1859 Colorado Gold Rush, which led to the formation of Colorado Territory in 1861, and statehood in 1876. Clear Creek is one of the state’s original 17 counties.
-Filing Deadline: November 1, 2021

Town of Parachute, Colorado – Town Manager

The Town of Parachute (pop. 1,390, 2.88 sq mi) sits high on the Roan Plateau along the banks of the majestic Colorado River, halfway between Glenwood Springs and Grand Junction. The river was originally named the Grand River, the area, the Grand Valley. The Town was also once named Grand Valley, until the residents changed it back to Parachute, a name taken from a parachute-shaped rock formation north of town.
-Filing Deadline: November 1, 2021

Cortez, Colorado – Public Works Director

Just to the west of the majestic San Juan Mountains, high on southwest Colorado’s desert plateau sits the City of Cortez. “Platted in 1886, incorporated in 1902, and becoming a city in 1952, the founding date of Cortez is (open) to interpretation,” says the City’s budget. Rich in ancient history and natural beauty, Cortez (pop. 8,800, elev. 6,191, 6.21 sq. mi.) is the largest city in, and county seat of, Montezuma County. Residents enjoy access to the massive San Juan National Forest, every manner of outdoor recreation, and the serenity of the high desert and the American West. The public works department includes the water system, engineering (currently contracted), solid waste (refuse and recycling services), GIS (contracted), and streets (53 road miles).
-Filing Deadline: November 7, 2021

Cortez, Colorado – Parks and Recreation Director

Just to the west of the majestic San Juan Mountains, high on southwest Colorado’s desert plateau sits the City of Cortez. “Platted in 1886, incorporated in 1902, and becoming a city in 1952, the founding date of Cortez is (open) to interpretation,” says the City’s budget. Rich in ancient history and natural beauty, Cortez (pop. 8,800, elev. 6,191, 6.21 sq. mi.) is the largest city in, and county seat of, Montezuma County. Residents enjoy access to the massive San Juan National Forest, every manner of outdoor recreation, and the serenity of the high desert and the American West. Cortez has very high park space per capita and one of the best parks systems for a city of its size anywhere. The city’s parks, facilities, and recreation programs are a source of tremendous community pride.
-Filing Deadline: November 7, 2021


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Town Manager, Carbondale, CO


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Parks and Open Space Director,
Placer County, CA

Community Resource Agency Development Director,
Placer County, CA

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