Commissioner Steve O'Dorisio

Personal History

Commissioner O’Dorisio brings a diverse wealth of information to his role in Adams County. Steve uses his personal experience in construction, his law degree from Denver Sturm College, and private sector global management experience to guide issues in social justice, equity, and neighborhood prosperity. Always putting truth and integrity first, Commissioner O’Dorisio is quick to embrace the community and serve residents no matter their background or concern.

Commissioner O’Dorisio formally served the people of Adams County as a Deputy District Attorney for the 17th Judicial District of Colorado where he prosecuted a variety of crimes and sought justice by balancing the interests of the victim, the community, and the defendant. O’Dorisio continuously strives to make sure vulnerable residents have opportunities and ensure everyone has a voice.

Commissioner O’Dorisio furthers these commitments through various community boards, including the his charge for evenhanded transportation during Denver Regional Council of Governments, Aerotropolis Regional Transportation Authority, and Highway 7 Coalition board meetings. When he is not bolstering regional connectivity, Steve can be found innovating new strategies to retrofit historic neighborhoods with sidewalks and safe routes to school or guiding the successful adoption of policies to mitigate the impacts of growth and new development. 

As a former agent of justice, Commissioner O’Dorisio is a compassionate servant of equity in social justice issues. He has a passion for proactive code compliance that partners with neighborhoods and ensures the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council meets the needs of our modern residents. These efforts show a consistent dedication to community resiliency, to upholding higher standards of local service, and to making certain residents’ quality of life maintains a positive course.

Contact
Steve O'Dorisio
Commissioner
4430 S. Adams County Pkwy.
Brighton, CO 80601
Ph: 720.523.6100
Fx: 720.523.6045