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  2. Colorado Judicial Branch - El Paso County - Homepage

    270 S Tejon St, Colorado Springs, CO 80903 For El Paso County Self Help FORMS and FLOWCHARTS, click here . Family Court Facilitator's Office - room S116 Walk-in hours for ALL self-represented parties in family matter cases.

  3. El Paso County, Colorado - Wikipedia,_ColoradoCached

    El Paso County is one of the 64 counties of the U.S. state of Colorado. The 2017 census estimate recorded an approximate population of 699,232 for El Paso County. [1] The Census Bureau's 2017 estimate indicates it is the second-most populous county in Colorado, after the City and County of Denver .

  4. Search El Paso County - El Paso County Colorado

    El Paso County Colorado Website. Search. EPCTV Phone Mail Facebook Twitter Youtube. Search. EPCTV Phone Mail Facebook Twitter Youtube. Search. 4th Judicial District ...

  5. El Paso County Sheriff


    The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office was created in 1861, when El Paso County was formed as one of the 17 counties in the new Colorado Territory. Sheriff R. Scott Kelley was appointed Sheriff-the first of 27 men to hold that title over the next 150+ years and laid the foundation for an Office that currently sets the national standard in ...

  6. El Paso County / Office of the El Paso County Assessor / Assessor Data In the process of fulfilling Statutory duties to discover, list, classify and value property, the Assessor's Office collects and maintains a variety of data to use in determining property values.

  7. Human Resources and Risk Management - El Paso County ...

    El Paso County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, marital, veteran or any other legally protected status.

  8. El Paso County Colorado. El Paso County Colorado Website. Search. EPCTV Phone Mail Facebook Twitter Youtube. Bill Monitoring; Clerk to the Board. Board of County ...

  9. County Administration. On behalf of the County Commissioners, the County Administrator oversees those departments which provide beneficial, efficient, and effective service to residents, businesses, visitors, volunteers, and employees of El Paso County.

  10. The El Paso County Board of Commissioners has statutory authority of land use regulations. Please see the Board of Commissioners agendas for meeting information. Please see EDARP for specific project documents and maps.