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Welcome to the Clerk to the Board  

Did you know?  

  • The first Board of County Commissioners meeting in Mesa County was March 19, 1883, when Mesa County was formed, separating from Gunnison County.
  • The Clerk and Recorder's Office paid the bills for the County, prior to having a Finance Division. 
  • The County Clerk and Recorder serves statutorily as the Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners.  Functions of the Clerk to the Board are set by the Colorado Constitution Article XIV, Section 8 and Colorado Revised Statues §30-10-319 C.R.S.
  • The Clerk to the Board attends, records and maintains the official records of the Board of County Commissioners' public meetings.  The Clerk houses many historical records of the County, including the minutes of official proceedings, and assists the public in researching past board minutes, resolutions, contracts and other documents.  
  • The Clerk serves as the Clerk to the Board of Equalization (BOE), coordinating and recording all BOE/Abatement Hearings pursuant to State Statutes and Regulations for the protection of property rights. 
  • The Clerk to the Board’s responsibilities also includes processing liquor licensing applications and renewals in all of unincorporated Mesa County.

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