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Human Resources


Employment Information


The Town of South Fork employs ten full time employees, including the police chief and one full time police officer. In addition, there are six part-time employee. The human resources department assists in the hiring of employees, benefit administration and safety policy compliance. Full time employees are provided with health, dental, vision and life insurance. Employees are eligible to join the pre-tax Aflac plan, but premiums are the employees responsibility. Retirement is provided to full time employees through CCOERA, and to full-time police officers through FPPA.

All applications require the electronic submission of a cover letter, resume, at least five professional references and a Town of South Fork Employment Application.

Employment Application

The Town of South Fork is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer (EEOE).

For more information contact Town Administrator Hank Weber at 719-873-0152 or


The Town of South Fork is taking applications for a full-time Police Officer.  Applicants must be at least 21 years old, of good moral character and possess a High School Diploma or G.E.D.  No Felony or disqualifying Misdemeanor convictions, crimes of moral turpitude or Domestic Violence convictions.  The Town provides all equipment for the successful candidate and a take home patrol vehicle (restrictions apply).  Excellent benefits package to include health, disability and the Colorado FPPA pension and other benefits.  Colorado POST certification is required. $20.00/hr DOE.  The Town of South Fork is an equal opportunity employer.  Applications can be obtained from the South Fork Police Department at 0100 Silver Thread Lane or by contacting Chief O.J. Pierce at (719)873-0152 or  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Every year the Town has many dedicated volunteers that assist Town staff to fulfill the critical needs of our community. The Town couldn't provide the range of community services and programs without the support of its volunteers.

Volunteer opportunities are available in a variety of Town Departments and Divisions. Please contact them directly to learn more. To volunteer a Volunteer Liability and Waiver Form will need to be filled out.

You can volunteer with these Departments:

South Fork Visitor Center

Public Works Department

South Fork Police Department-Certified Reserve Police Officer