District #1 (South)
Commissioner Marie A. Mornis
Appointed in December, 2022
Term ending in 2025 (First Term)
District #2 (Central)
Commissioner Susan Berumen, Chair
Elected in November, 2022
Term ending in 2027 (First Term)
The Commissioners and all employees provide responsive services for our residents and visitors to protect, maintain and enhance our unique community, our historic and cultural heritage and our mountain environment. We focus on health, safety and well-being, partnerships, community engagement, and effective use of public resources.
Commissioners have the responsibility for running the administrative, budgetary and policy-making functions of the county as a whole. The other constitutional officers in each county elected to four-year terms are the county clerk and recorder, county assessor, county treasurer, county sheriff, county coroner and the county surveyor. Constitutionally and statutorily, they are independent from each other and from the county commissioners. Their powers and duties are prescribed by state statue. County commissioners have no direct authority over the other elected officials' departments.
Gilpin County Commissioners Districts
On March 28th, 2023 at a regularly scheduled meeting of the Gilpin County Board of County Commissioners, new Commissioners' districts maps were selected. Gilpin County is governed by a board of three elected commissioners with each residing in a distinct district, though voted into office at-large.
The new map can be viewed below. You can also look up your district by address by clicking here