Board of Directors
The Health District is governed by a five-member board of directors who serve staggered terms. Members are elected at large from the community. Elections are usually held every two years, and terms are usually four years. However, the State of Colorado has been transitioning to a new election schedule for odd-numbered years. As a result, candidates in the 2020 and 2022 elections will be elected to three-year terms. In addition, in 2022, there also was an election to fill one year of an existing term. Another board of directors election will be held in 2023. Board elections will be held every two years after that, and terms for all members elected in 2023 and in all subsequent elections will be for four years.
The public is welcome to attend meetings of the Health District board of directors.
Meetings are held at the Health District offices at 120 Bristlecone Drive, Fort Colliins, unless otherwise noted. Meetings may also be held virtually in addition to, or instead of, in-person meetings depending on circumstances. Information on how to connect remotely is on the agenda.
Draft meeting agendas are posted prior to the board meeting. Regular meetings are held on fourth Tuesdays, 4 p.m. Special meetings are held as needed.
Additional meetings may be scheduled at other times and locations. Special meetings are canceled if there are no agenda items. Occasionally meeting dates and/or times are changed due to scheduling conflicts; please call 970-224-5209 or check this website to confirm.
To be notified of board meetings
To be notified of upcoming board meetings, click this link to send us an email and include your full name and email address in the body of the email.
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Board Positions on Legislative and Policy Issues
The board takes positions on legislative and policy issues affecting the health of Health District residents. For a list of current issues under review, visit our page on Legislative and Policy Issues.
Note: Colorado State Statutes defines e-mail to elected public officials as open public records unless the sender specifies otherwise. Any e-mails sent to a Health District board member will be considered open to public review unless you put the words "confidential" or "private" in the subject line.