Board of Directors

Special Notices Next Meeting & Agenda Budget Minutes Directors Notice of Election & Transparency

The Board of Directors is responsible for setting the goals and direction of the District, approving the annual budget, and appointing the Chief and Assistant Chief.

The five members of the Board of Directors are elected by residents of the District, and serve four year terms. Elections are held in even years, with two Directors being elected in one year and three elected two years later.

The Chief and Assistant Chief are appointed by the Board every year at he last board meeting of the year. The Chief may serve no more than four consecutive one-hear terms.

Budget

The SLFPD budget operates on a calendar year. The Board approves the budget for the following year in November. The approved budget is sent to the State Department of Local Affairs and posted in local newspapers.

Board Meetings

Monthly Board meetings, which are open to the public, are typically held at 7:00 p.m. on the third Tuesday of each month at Station 2, 1360 Sugarloaf Rd. The proposed agenda, actual meeting time and place are posted on the bulletin board outside Station 2 no less than 24 hours before the meeting. Public notice fo any change to the regular meetings is also posted on the public board across from 1360 Sugarloaf Rd.

Meeting Minutes

Meeting minutes are posted here and the most recent minutes can also be found on the board outside Station 2.
The upcoming agenda is posted here between 7 and 2 days before any meeting

Current Directors

Marilyn Hartig (2012-2014), President
Steven Marshall (2010-2014), Vice President
Tracey Dolsen (2010-2014), Treasurer
Amanda O'Connor (2012-2014), Secretary
Jack Thompson (2013-2014), Member at Large
 

Board members can be contacted through the office at Station 2,
303-442-1050.

Elections And Transparency

Board member elections were held in May 2012. The next regular election of Directors will be in May 2014. The notice of election transparency may be found here:

Notice of Elections and Transparency

 

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