Business Luncheon - What does the Larimer County Clerk & Recorder Do For You?
Speaker: Angela Myers
Sponsor: Good Samaritan Society - Loveland Village
TOPIC: What Does the Larimer County Clerk & Recorder Do For You?
Every adult citizen in the county will directly interact with the Clerk and Recorder's office at least once, if not many times, each year. Angela Myers, Larimer County Clerk and Recorder, will explain why and invoke audience participation on matters that directly affect your interaction with your county government.
Angela Myers, Larimer County Clerk and Recorder
Angela was unanimously appointed by the Board of County Commissioners in May 2013. She was elected by the people in November 2014 and re-elected in November 2018. Prior to becoming Clerk, Angela worked at the side of the former Clerk for 10 years.
She leads a staff of 84 employees who, in addition to administering elections also safeguard the foundation of county government with the recording of property and other records, and act as agents of the state in the administration of vehicle titling and licensing processses.
Under Angela's leadership, all major systems within the Larimer Clerk and Recorder office have been replaced. The most recent has been the replacement of the recording system which included many efficiency improvements for users and office operations alike. Angela is familer with the processes associated with these types of system conversions and the challenges that come with the territory, and she is dedicated to "collaborating" with vendors to ensure continued system evolutionary improvement.
She has also worked collaboratively with many Larimer County departments during her years in the Clerk and Recorder's office. Angela is dedicated to educating the public on the processes she is responsible for and often expresses her belief that this is "where you touch your government."
She demonstrates her commitment to the citizens of Larimer County by delivering accurate and timely services, ensuring the integrity of secure and verifiable elections, and providing the attention and respect that citizen customers deserve. Her office received the "2016 Larimer County Innovation Award" for the vehicle licensing Book A Time Appointment feature--creating the first county in the state where there is never a reason to wait in line for vehicle licensing transactions; and was Runner-Up for the same award in 2017 for the Vehicle Licensing/Phone Tag Innovations.