Board of Trustees
The Town of Superior is a statutory municipality with a trustee-manager form of government. The Town Board of Trustees consists of six Trustees and a Mayor, all elected by popular vote of the residents.
The Town Board of Trustees currently sits as the Board of Adjustments. The Board of Adjustments is a seven-member board. This board hears and rules on written appeals concerning the Town Building Official's decisions regarding interpretation of the Town Building Code and regarding building permit refusals, permit exceptions, and variations to the Town Zoning Regulations. The Board of Adjustments is responsible for reviewing requests for variances per the Superior Municipal Code. The Board meets on an as needed basis.
The Planning Commission is a nine member board appointed by the Board of Trustees. This quasi-judicial board is responsible for developing recommendations for the Town Board regarding the Superior Comprehensive Plan and development and Land Use applications.
To be considered for appointment, please submit an Application.
The Superior Town Board established the Transportation and Safety Committee as a Board Subcommittee to advise the Town Board and make recommendations regarding various transportation projects and mobility concerns.
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Join the Town of Superior’s Green Business Community!
Is your business or commercial property recycling, composting, conserving energy, reducing water use and more? Need a hand identifying opportunities and reducing costs? The Town of Superior recognizes and promotes commercial sustainability efforts and FREE support is available every step of the way from expert PACE Business Sustainability Advisers. The new online GreenBiz Tracker makes application easier and more powerful than ever. Apply Here!
Contact a PACE adviser at 303-786-7223 or info@PACEpartners.com
The Town of Superior, the Advisory Committee for Environmental Sustainability (ACES), Boulder County’s Partners for a Clean Environment (PACE) and the Superior Chamber of Commerce have partnered to offer this recognition opportunity.
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Superior Historical Museum
The Superior Historical Museum opened its doors to the public in February of 2010. The Historical Commission along with the Town of Superior spent nearly four years to rehabilitate the home that once stood during the 1920s and 1930s in the Industrial Mine Camp, on the hillside just south of Original Town.
Commission volunteers staff the Superior Historical Museum on the first Saturday of each month from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. The Museum is located in Asti Park, 110 Maple Street in Original Town (near the intersection of 2nd Avenue and Maple Street).
During the monthly opening visitors can walk through the Museum's four rooms and see what a house from the 1930s would look like. Copies of "Lost Superior Remembering the Architectural Heritage of a Colorado Mining Town" are available for sale for $10. The Commission welcomes those of you with young children to print a copy of the Living in Superior, Colorado coloring book for free!
An in depth look at the history of the Town can be found by viewing past issues of the Superior Historian, a once quarterly publication produced by members of the Historical Commission, and information about the Town of Superior historic Cemetery.
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Hodgson-Harris Reservoir - Recommendations for Habitat Preservation
2018 Summary Report
2005 Summary Report Final Document (PDF- 1.6 MB)
Appendix H- Northwest Quadrant Photos (PDF- 1.49 MB)
Appendix H- Northeast Quadrant Photos (PDF- 1.38 MB)
Appendix H- Southeast Quadrant Photos (PDF- 1.1 MB)
Appendix H- Southwest Quadrant Photos (PDF- 1.5 MB)
Open Space and Trail Volunteer Opportunities
Open Space Fund Financial Summary
2018 OSAC Town 15 Parcel Position Paper
Town Maintained Land and Trails
Observer Locations for Landmark Visibility Analysis
Hodgson Harris Reservoir Ecological Values Assessment
Hodgson Harris Reservoir 2018 Breeding Bird Survey
Evaluation of Potential Impacts of Development of the Zaharias Property on Wildlife and Habitat Values at the Hodgson Harris Reservoir Open Space
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Parks, Recreation, Open Space and Trails Master Plan
Appendix E: Maps:
GRASP Analysis - Community Perspective map
GRASP Analysis - Neighborhood Perspective map
GRASP Analysis - Open Space Perspective map
PROST Inventory map
Tier One Analysis Open Space Attributes map
Trail Network map
Undeveloped Parcels map