In addition to the Board of County Commissioners and the County's other boards and commissions, several community organizations also play important and unique roles in our community. Each organization has their own own bylaws and responsibilities.
The Historic District Public Lands Commission (HDPLC) is a legally mandated planning forum for localities and agencies including Georgetown, Silver Plume, the Colorado Historical Society, Historic Georgetown Inc., Colorado Division of Wildlife, the U.S. Forest Service, and Clear Creek County relating to certain public lands within the County. Authority over the lands remains with the individual agencies. For more information about the HDPLC, please click here.
Established in 1989, the Clear Creek Tourism Bureau seeks to maximize visitor spending in ways that supports County businesses, benefits our communities, and protects our home and heritage. Members of the Tourism Bureau's Board of Directors are business owners or operators or their employees and representatives, local government representatives assigned to engage in tourism marketing activities, or persons experienced in advertising and marketing to encourage tourism. All members are citizens of or employed in Clear Creek County. For more information about the CCEDC, click here.
The Clear Creek Economic Development Corporation (CCEDC) is a non-profit organization established in 1984 to provide economic development services to Clear Creek County and its municipalities. In addition, the CCEDC administers a Business Loan Fund Program in Clear Creek and Gilpin Counties (Region 3). For more information about the CCEDC, click here.