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Application for the Arapahoe County Foundation, Inc. Board of Directors
For more information about either the County's appointment process or the Arapahoe County Foundation, Inc. Board of Directors, contact John Christofferson at 303-795-4407
Arapahoe County Policies
  • Citizen advisory members must be residents or business owners of real property in Arapahoe County, except as specifically provided by County resolution.
  • Information submitted on the application for appointment is considered public information as it pertains to the Open Records Act, and shall be available for public inspection. If you do not wish to have your personal information (such as addresses and phone numbers) released to the public, you much check the CONFIDENTIAL box on the application form.
  • A member serving in a citizen-at-large position would be eligible to serve two consecutive terms. This would mean a total of six consecutive years for committees with a three-year term length. At-large positions on committees with four and five year terms would serve eight to ten consecutive years respectively. A full term served is only counted if a new member completing an expired term serves more than half of the term length.
  • Citizens serving on the Planning Commission or Board of Adjustment must reside in, or own real property in, unincorporated Arapahoe County.
  • As a matter of general policy, the Commissioner are codifying a requirement that appointees to an advisory group or other entity may not personally profit from, or gain a financial benefit from the activities of the group or entity to which they have been appointed.
  • So that there is a broad County representation, citizen appointees may serve on only one advisory group or other entity at a time, unless an exception is granted by the Commissioners, or as specifically provided by County resolution.
  • Appointees will be required to submit to appropriate background checks as part of the application process, including, potentially, a criminal background check.
  • It is the policy of the Board of County Commissioners that Arapahoe County employees cannot serve on Citizen Advisory Boards and Committees unless the Commissioners appoint them to a board, commission or committee as part of their job duties.
  • Reappointments to advisory boards or committees are not automatic and are subject to Board approval. Each November Consideration for Reappointment letters and forms are sent to those individuals whose terms will be expiring in February. Letters and forms are sent to Cultural Council members to correspond with their terms expiring in November; and the Open Space and Trails Advisory Board members to correspond with their terms expiring in June. The positions are expiring are available to new applicants. The Board of County Commissioners makes all advisory committee appointments
  • Citizen advisory committee members that resign or do not wish to be considered for reappointment are asked to notify the Commissioners' Office in writing of their intent. Resignation letters can be sent to The Board of County Commissioners, 5334 S. Prince St., Littleton, CO 80120-1136.
A separate application must be completed for each Board or Commission you are applying for. All fields must be completed before submitting this application. Please email a resume to Boards and Committees.

Volunteer Notification
I fully understand and agree to provide my services to Arapahoe County as a volunteer in a voluntary capacity. I fully understand that I will not be entitled to Worker's Compensation Benefits in my capacity as a volunteer with Arapahoe County. I fully understand that the County will not provide or pay for medical treatment for injuries which occur within the scope and course of my volunteer activities.