The City of Rocky Ford boards and commissions offer the public a chance to become involved in different aspects of the community.  Rocky Ford City Council is supported by 6 boards and commissions, with many citizen volunteers advising City Council on various matters.

 

City Council

Find out about how the Rocky Ford City Council is working to improve the community by accessing their meeting information, agendas, and minutes.

City Council

 

Arts Commission

The mission of the Rocky Ford Arts Commission is to promote the arts within the City of Rocky Ford and surrounding area as a means to improve the quality of life and economy of the community.  Learn more about the Rocky Ford Arts Commission, its members and meetings.

Arts Commission

 

Library Board of Trustees

The Rocky Ford Library Board of Trustees endorses expenditures, submits an annual budget and report to Rocky Ford City Council, presents the library’s program to the community, hires the director and delegates operation and management of the library to him/her.  Learn more about the Rocky Ford Library Board, its members and meetings.

Library Board of Trustees

 

Museum Board of Trustees

The Rocky Ford Museum Board of Trustees annually organizes itself and has supervision, care and custody of the Rocky Ford Historical Museum building and museum funds, employs a curator, and submits an annual budget and report to Rocky Ford City Council.  Learn more about the Rocky Ford Museum Board, its members and meetings.

Museum Board of Trustees

 

Planning Commission

The Rocky Ford Planning Commission meets as necessary in Council Chambers in the City Administration Building.  Commission operates under state statutes covering planning commissions and zoning, and is in charge of planning (things like the master plan for the development of the City) and seeing that zoning ordinances and subdivision regulations as adopted by the City Council are followed. The Planning Commission also serves as the Board of Appeals for the Abatement of Dangerous Buildings and its non-elected members serve as the Board of Adjustments.  Learn more about the Rocky Ford Planning Commission, its members and meetings.

Planning Commission

 

Swimming Pool Commission

The Rocky Ford Swimming Pool Commission was established to operate the Rocky Ford Swimming Pool in the most effective manner possible and to undertake needed improvement to the pool with fundraising, grants, and volunteer efforts. Learn more about the Rocky Ford Swimming Pool Commission, its members and meetings.

Swimming Pool Commission

 

Tree Board

The Rocky Ford Tree Board investigates, evaluates, promotes and recommends projects with respect to the trees throughout the City of Rocky Ford.  Learn more about the Rocky Ford Tree Board, its members and meetings.

Tree Board

 

Otero County Landfill (OCLI/Otero Partners Inc. OPI)

Otero County Landfill

 

Board of Adjustments

All Board of Adjustments are non-elected members. And meet as needed.

 

Abatement of Dangerous Buildings

Committee is comprised of ll Planning Commission Members.