Lee Stadele is the elected Boulder County Surveyor, and Jason Emery is the appointed Deputy Boulder County Surveyor.
Per Colorado’s Constitution and Revised Statutes, the County Surveyor is an elected official who is currently licensed as a Professional Land Surveyor in the State of Colorado.
A Professional Land Surveyor’s license for the State of Colorado is earned through years of education and experience, and the individual must meet rigorous qualifications as defined in CRS 12-25-214. Successful completion of a series of licensing examinations is required.
Licensure of Professional Land Surveyors is overseen by the State Board of Licensure for Architects, Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors.
Land Survey Plat Deposit
Land Survey Plats are designated to be deposited with the Community Planning & Permitting Department. A Land Survey Plat Deposit Form needs to be submitted along with the Land Survey Plat. Digital PDF submissions are preferred and can be processed and available to the public in approximately one week. Hardcopy mylars are still accepted, however processing may take up to 4 weeks.
When to Undertake a Land Survey
A land survey is performed for the purpose of determining boundaries and corners of a parcel of land through:
- Research & Analysis
A survey may also include mapping of the topography of the parcel as well as the location of buildings or alterations upon the parcel.