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Board of Trustees

The Nederland Board of Trustees (BOT) serves as the legislative and governing body of the Town of Nederland and is comprised of individuals with a wide variety of backgrounds, personalities, values, opinions, and goals.

  • The Board of Trustees roles and responsibilities are to establish Town policies and goals and adopt laws, ordinances and resolutions as needed to conduct the business of the Town.
  • The Board of Trustees consists of seven members (six Trustees and one mayor).
  • The Trustees are elected at large in a general municipal election and serve for four-year terms, except the Mayor, who serves for two-year terms.
  • Trustees must live within Town limits.
  • The Mayor appoints a Mayor Pro Tem, who presides over the Board in the Mayor’s absence.
  • The Board’s directives are carried out by Town staff, led by the Town Administrator.
  • The Board of Trustees values citizen input and ideas on all issues related to the Town of Nederland.  Input is welcome at regular Board meetings, through citizen communication forms at town hall, or electronically.

Email the Board of Trustees at bot@nederlandco.org or Click Here

For direct email addresses, please click on the board members name above.

LINKS

Regular Meeting Agendas, Packets, Minutes

Stream Meetings

Board of Trustees Goals

Nederland Municipal Code, Section 2:21, describes the Board of Trustees:

“The legislative and corporate authority of the Town shall be vested in a Board of Trustees, consisting of one (1) Mayor and six (6) Trustees. The Board of Trustees shall constitute the legislative body of the Town and shall have the power and authority, except as otherwise provided by statute, to exercise all power conferred upon or possessed by the Town, and shall have the power and authority to adopt such laws, ordinances and resolutions as it shall deem proper in the exercise thereof.”

The Town of Nederland is a statutory town, which means it is governed by the Colorado Revised Statutes.