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Chaffee County Administrative Offices
P.O. Box 699
104 Crestone Avenue
Salida, Colorado 81201
719-539-2218
chaffeeadmin@chaffeecounty.org


2022 Commissioners Meeting Schedule

2022 Holiday Schedule

Agendas for County Board meetings may be posted or amended up to 24 hours before a meeting.  

The official posting site for Chaffee County is the Chaffee County Website.

THIS NOTICE IS POSTED PURSUANT TO C.R.S. 24-6-402. DECISIONS &/OR FORMAL ACTIONS WILL BE MADE BY THE COMMISSIONERS AT REGULAR OR SPECIAL MEETINGS OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS. Physical Address for meeting places: Commissioners Meeting Room 104 Crestone Ave., Salida, Buena Vista Annex, 114 Linderman Ave. Fairgrounds, 10165 County Road 120, Poncha Springs

Public Notices and Agendas are also posted at the Administrative Office, 104 Crestone Ave, Salida


National Terrorism Advisory Alert Status

  

About Chaffee County

Chaffee County is on the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains in central Colorado. Bordered on the west by the Sawatch Range, including the 14,000 foot Continental Divide, the eastern boundary of the county follows the Mosquito Range, descending toward the south. Located high in the Upper Arkansas Valley, the Arkansas River flows toward the southeast, between the two mountain ranges.

The area is the crossroads for the three highways: U.S. 24, 50 and 285. Driving distance from Denver is approximately 144 miles, 102 miles from Colorado Springs and Pueblo, and 65 miles from Gunnison.

The elevation of the area ranges from just under 7,000 to over 14,000 feet on its highest peaks, providing some of the most spectacular views to be seen anywhere in the world. In fact, Chaffee County has more mountain peaks of 14,000-foot or more than any other county in Colorado and is often referred to as the ”Fourteener” Region.

US Census Bureau Chaffee County Facts

Chaffee County Regional Socio-Economic Profile


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