Board Election 2020

The unofficial results of the 2020 Board of Directors election are in. Thanks so much to all of our candidates for their commitment and engagement during this process, and to all of those who voted. Keep an eye on our social media pages and this page for updates as the results are certified. 

Unoffical board election results for 2020 election.


TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN and particularly to the electors of the Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District of the County of Weld, Colorado:

NOTICE IS HEREBY given that a regular election of the Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation District shall be held on Tuesday, May 5, 2020, from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.  The election is being conducted as a polling place election. The polling location is the District’s offices located at 701 Fifth Street, Frederick, Colorado  80530. 

At said election, the electors of the District shall vote for Directors to serve the following terms of office on the Board of Directors of the District:

The names of persons nominated as Director for a two-year term:

Duane Day
William R. Haid

Beth Wright
Tina Martin
Kristen Martin
Sally Leonard
Robert David Salaz

Richard Salaz
Gary Eugene Mares
Lori Holmes
Joshua Steven Woita

The names of persons nominated as Director for a three-year term:

Cody Childers

Geno Lechuga
Jason W. Stolz
Deborah Jean Keller

Click here to view the candidate’s bios.

By: Sue Blair, Designated Election Official
Published in:  The Longmont Times Call
Published on:  April 8, 2020

Designated Election Official
Sue Blair
7995 East Prentice Avenue, Suite 103E
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Phone: 303-381-4960
Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Polling Location and Hours

For the convenience of eligible electors, there will be one polling location on election day:
Carbon Valley Recreation Center
701 Fifth St., Frederick, CO 80530
Hours: 7 am - 7 pm

Election Day and Covid-19

We have been working with our public health partners and closely following COVID-19 and its potential impact on our community and voters. One of our top priorities is to ensure we take the right precautions to reduce the risk of spreading the virus during the election:

Preventative Actions We’re Taking to Ensure Voter Safety on Election Day

  • Election judges have been directed to stay at home if they have a fever, respiratory symptoms, or believe they are sick. Voters who exhibit these symptoms are asked to stay home. An emergency ballot may be issued if necessary. 
  • Election judges will be practicing hand hygiene frequently which includes washing hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and when soap and if soap and water are not readily available, they will be using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
  • Frequently touched surfaces including tables, door handles, etc. will be cleaned and disinfected regularly.
  • Doors to the rec center will be propped open to limit
  • All voting-associated equipment (e.g., voting machines, laptops, tablets, keyboards) will also be cleaned and disinfected regularly.
  • All voters are being asked to wear a mask when they come to vote.Election judges are required to wear a mask.
  • Pens will not be reused. Voters will take the pens they use to vote with.

The Following Social Distancing Strategies are Being Incorporated on Election Day

  • Distance marks on the floor will ensure individuals are kept a minimum of 6 feet apart while in line.
  • Voter booths will be spread out and well over 6 feet apart.
  • Only voters and election judges will be permitted in the facility. Non-essential visitors (anyone who is not voting, including children) will not be allowed in the building.
  • Signage will remind voters upon arrival to leave space between themselves and others and to practice social distancing.
  • Voters will enter through the front door of the rec center and exit through the multi-purpose room to reduce contact with people who may be waiting to vote. 

If you have any questions, please contact Abbigail Hebert at