Centralized Land & Asset Management

This role within Facilities & Fleet Management Department (FFM) operates for the purpose of the promotion and accommodation of owner’s representation and advocacy and is an essential element of the ownership representation supporting administrative functions of occupancy. The FFM Project Manager of Land & Assets manages and coordinates the ownership voice for the county as it relates to real property conveyances, including real estate and oil and gas matters. Inquiries for this division typically relate to a request to acquire county-owned real property or to acquire real property rights, including but not limited to: easements across county-owned parcels, utilities requests on county-owned land. Additionally, lease inquiries of real property including oil and gas ownership as they relate to the county as a vested owner or perceived to be vested owner.

Land & Asset Management is much different than the regulatory and permitting side of the county and cannot represent the voice of the regulatory, permitting, or Public Works side of the county. The Community & Economic Development (CED) Department handles the regulatory conversations and requests through their various departments. The Public Works Department does the same with respect to transportation and right-of-way as it relates to their functions and regulatory directives. Our One-Stop Customer Center can help direct those inquiries or requests, whether they belong to CED or Public Works, with a simple call to 720.523.6800.

As an example, 
The neighbor you need land from (purchase/license/easement) = FFM.
Regulatory = Authorities Having Jurisdiction, like CED and Public Works.
Note there are programs that operate on land owned by the county, but they are not the owner. Examples: Colorado Air and Space Port and Riverdale Regional Golf Course. 

An application for land use or permitting does not offer the county’s ownership authorization, nor does an approval on any such either.

Nicci Beauprez | Email
Project Manager of Land & Assets
Facilities & Fleet Management Department
4430 S. Adams County Pkwy.
Brighton, CO 80601
Ph: 720.523.6060

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