South Suburban Board of Directors Application Open
South Suburban will begin the process of filling one vacant position on the Board of Directors, due to the passing of former board member, David Lawful. The selected candidate will fill the remainder of his term (2025). Applications must be completed by June 6, 2023, at 5 pm.
The application will be used by the current board members to identify and evaluate potential board candidates. Director vacancies are appointed by a majority vote of current board members, pursuant to Colorado Revised Statute 32-1-905(2).
Board Member Qualifications:
To qualify as a member of the Board of Directors, a person must be registered to vote in Colorado and either (a) a resident of the SSPRD District; or (b) a person who, or whose spouse or civil union partner, owns taxable real or personal property situated within the boundaries of the District, whether such person resides within the District or not. A person who is obligated to pay taxes under a contract to purchase taxable property situated within the boundaries of the District shall be considered an owner under the statute, although special rules may apply when qualifying a director in this fashion.
Applications are now closed.
To foster healthy living through stewardship of the environment, parks, trails, and open space and by providing recreational services and programs. We do this with more than 3,800 acres of natural open space and nearly 100 miles of trails right around the corner from where you live.
South Suburban helps residents explore close-to-home opportunities for mind-body wellness, to seek out new activities, new amenities and to enjoy every moment of their free time.
To foster a culture of quality facilities, professional staff and exemplary services that enhance the quality of life in the communities they serve, now and into the future.
- Professional: Have the competency and skill to carry out our mission with honesty and dedication.
- Active: Be a constant presence in the community by providing services and facilities that inspire recreation and play.
- Innovative: Incorporate sustainability, stewardship, recreational trends, and our community’s current and future needs into our organization’s practices.
- Inclusive: Incorporate the different needs of our diverse community and our partners into our work and decision-making.
The five principles are:
Stewards of Nature and Sustainability
Our Master Plan
The Master Plan expands on these five principles, detailing their meaning, why they’re important, upcoming opportunities, and potential next steps.