Public meetings

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The State Land Board hosts monthly public board meetings. We strive to make our public meetings as accessible as possible. 

NOTE: the December 2021 and January 2022 Board meetings will be held virtually over Zoom due to COVID precautions. Thank you for your patience and flexibility as we adjust to this unprecedented circumstance. Click here for COVID-19 updates

REMOTE ACCESS USING ZOOM FOR VIRTUAL PARTICIPANTS

 Click here to register to attend a board meeting virtually via Zoom. 

We will make our best effort to accommodate virtual participants, but we cannot provide technical assistance. Participants whose connection to the meeting becomes noisy or difficult to understand may be asked to exit or be dropped from the meeting. If it's essential that your comment be presented to the Board, please submit comments in advance of the meeting or attend the meeting in person. 

We encourage you to use a computer, not phone, for best participation and interaction. Zoom is an easy-to-use tool and requires no downloads. You will be able to hear the presenter and see the presentation. You will be asked to register before entering the virtual meeting so that we can document your attendance. 

You may see a screen when you initially enter the meeting that asks you to wait. If so, you have successfully entered the meeting, and please wait for the meeting to begin.


PUBLIC COMMENTS

There are three ways to submit comments. All comments are subject to the Colorado Open Records Act. All comments will be reviewed by the Commissioners.

  1. Please use this online comment form to provide comments in advance of the meeting. The form closes at noon the day before the meeting. If needed, your comments will be addressed in the order in which they pertain to each agenda item. 
  2. You may also make real-time comments during the meeting using the Q&A feature in Zoom. The Board President will review your comments in real-time and invite you speak if needed.
  3. You may submit written comments in advance by mailing them to our main office in Denver. Please account for mail delivery time. 

Comments submitted in any other fashion may not be reviewed by our Commissioners and may not be documented in the public record.

2021 and 2022 MEETING DATES AND AGENDAS

Board meeting dates, times, and locations are published at the beginning of each calendar year. Any meeting changes are reflected on the published calendar below. Agendas and supporting meeting materials are published below, one week prior to the Board meeting. You can sign-up to receive an email notification when each board meeting's agenda is published.

PAST BOARD MEETING MATERIALS AND MINUTES

All past board packets and minutes are public records and available upon request. The past two years are provided below for your convenience. For additional records, please submit a Colorado Open Records Act (CORA) request

Q&A

Here are commonly asked questions about our public meetings.

The Board meets at least once a month in a public venue. Meetings generally include a workshop session (informational items only) and a formal Board meeting portion during which presentations are made by Staff for final action items requiring a Board vote. Time and location for meetings are determined by the Board and made public in an annual schedule of meetings. Meetings are held in Denver, as well as in other parts of the state.

The Board agenda and supporting meeting materials are posted on the State Land Board website (above) one week prior to the Board meeting.

There are three ways to submit comments. All comments are subject to the Colorado Open Records Act. All comments will be reviewed by the Commissioners.

  1. Please use this online comment form to provide comments in advance of each meeting. The form closes at noon the day prior to the meeting. If needed, your comments will be addressed in the order in which they pertain to each agenda item. 
  2. You may also make real-time comments during the meeting using the Q&A feature in Zoom. The Board President will review your comments in real-time and invite you speak if needed.
  3. You may submit written comments in advance by mailing them to our main office in Denver. Please account for mail delivery time. 

Comments submitted in any other fashion may not be reviewed by our Commissioners and may not be documented in the public record.