El Paso County Awarded Four 2021 NACo Achievement Awards

July 14, 2021 – El Paso County Commissioners and staff were in Washington D.C. for the National Association of Counties (NACo) Conference this week. Part of the conference festivities included an awards ceremony on July 11 for the 2021 NACo Achievement Awards, where El Paso County took home awards in four different categories. The following…

El Paso County Offices and Affiliated Agencies Two-Hour Delay on Monday, March 15 Due to Inclement Weather

March 14, 2021 – El Paso County administrative, elected administrative offices, and affiliated agencies will have a two-hour delayed schedule on Monday, March 15, due to inclement weather and hazardous driving conditions in El Paso County. El Paso County offices will open at 10:00 am. The delayed opening applies to non-mission essential personnel. The…

Vehicle Height Clearance Temporarily Changed at Section of Grinnell Boulevard and Fontaine Boulevard

Department of Public Works has temporarily adjusted the vehicle height allowance at the north and south section of Grinnell Boulevard from Fontaine Boulevard to Dean Street. Until further notice, only vehicles 12’6” and lower will be able to travel through that portion of the intersection. The temporary change was required after a traffic accident altered…

Scot Cuthbertson, Crystal LaTier Promoted to Executive Directors

El Paso County employees Scot Cuthbertson and Crystal LaTier have been promoted to Executive Directors over the Department of Public Works and the Department of Economic Development, respectively. “I’m confident in these promotions,” said El Paso County Administrator Henry Yankowski. “Both Scot and Crystal are dedicated public servants and leaders who will serve El Paso…