C.R.S. Section 31-4-304
Appointment of officers

  • compensation

The board of trustees shall appoint a clerk, treasurer, and town attorney, or shall provide by ordinance for the election of such officers, and may appoint such other officers, including a town administrator, as it deems necessary for the good government of the corporation, and it shall prescribe by ordinance their duties when the same are not defined by law and the compensation or fees they are entitled to receive for their services. The board of trustees may require officers to take an oath or affirmation in accordance with section 24-12-101. The election of officers shall be at the regular election, and no appointment of any officer shall continue beyond thirty days after compliance with section 31-4-401 by the members of the succeeding board of trustees.

Source: Section 31-4-304 — Appointment of officers - compensation, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-31.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

31–4–101
Corporate authority vested
31–4–102
Mayor - qualifications and duties
31–4–103
Mayor - vacancy - appointment - mayor pro tem
31–4–104
Wards
31–4–105
Election of officers - terms
31–4–106
Councilman - residence - vacancies
31–4–107
Appointment of officers - terms
31–4–108
Expulsion from city council - vacancies in other offices
31–4–109
Compensation and fees of officers
31–4–110
City clerk - duties - city seal
31–4–111
City treasurer - powers and duties
31–4–112
Marshal or chief of police - duties
31–4–113
Terms of officers end upon adoption of charter
31–4–201
Authority to reorganize - rights and powers
31–4–202
Petition - election
31–4–203
Majority vote carries - when effective
31–4–204
Prior laws applicable - rights and liabilities continue
31–4–205
Council members - vacancies
31–4–206
Council members - nomination - election - compensation
31–4–207
Mayor - selection
31–4–207.5
Mayor - powers and duties
31–4–208
City attorney - municipal judge
31–4–209
Rules - business - journal
31–4–210
City manager - qualifications - removal
31–4–211
City manager - powers and responsibility
31–4–212
Council not to interfere
31–4–213
Duties of city manager
31–4–214
City manager sits in council - no vote
31–4–215
Administrative plan
31–4–216
Accounts of utilities
31–4–217
Publicity of records
31–4–218
Pay of officers and employees
31–4–219
Official bonds - waiver
31–4–301
Mayor - board of trustees - election - compensation
31–4–301.5
Change in number of trustees
31–4–302
Mayor - powers
31–4–303
Trustees to fill vacancy - mayor pro tem - clerk pro tem
31–4–304
Appointment of officers - compensation
31–4–305
Clerk - duties
31–4–306
Marshal or chief of police - powers and duties
31–4–307
Removal of officers - causes - notice
31–4–401
Oath or affirmation of officers - bonds - waiver - declaring office vacant
31–4–402
New bond
31–4–403
Lawful pay only for governing bodies
31–4–404
Not to be appointed to office
31–4–405
Emoluments not to be increased
31–4–406
Territorial corporations - compensation fixed by electors
31–4–407
Penalty for receiving illegal compensation
31–4–501
Officers subject to recall
31–4–502
Procedure - petition - signatures
31–4–503
Petition in sections - signing - affidavit - review - tampering with petition
31–4–504
Resignation - vacancy filled - election - ballot - nomination
31–4–504.5
Incumbent not recalled - reimbursement
31–4–505
Recall after six months - second petition
31–4–507
Powers of clerk and deputy
Green check means up to date. Up to date

Current through Fall 2024

§ 31-4-304’s source at colorado​.gov