Some county buildings are reopening to the public on June 1, while other services remain online. See current safer-at-home order with face coverings.

Resources are available for those impacted by COVID-19. For help, submit questions or call 720-776-0822 weekdays (9 a.m.-5 p.m.).

Level 1 Fire Restrictions remain in place for western Boulder County. View the flyer and map for more details. No fires, no shooting.

Who We Are - OSCAR Team

Susie Strife, Department Head
sstrife@bouldercounty.org
303-441-4565

Susie leads the county’s Office of Sustainability, Climate Action & Resilience, providing direction on policies and program implementation for internal and external sustainability activities while managing planning efforts and budgets. She also serves as the key liaison to other county agencies to support existing projects and guide the county towards a more sustainable future. Susie received her PhD from the University of Colorado in 2009, and often teaches courses on sustainability, green design, and environmental sociology.

Dave Hatchimonji, Residential Energy Efficiency Program Manager
dhatchimonji@bouldercounty.org
720-564-2721

Dave manages the residential EnergySmart service, which helps to make energy efficiency upgrades easier and more affordable for county residents, including designing and monitoring incentives and new financing products. Dave also serves as liaison to Xcel Energy and the Public Utilities Commission on energy efficiency issues and assists in the administration of the energy loan product. He began his tenure with Boulder County at Longs Peak Energy Conservation prior to coming to the OSCAR.

Lea Yancey, Community Sustainability & Electric Vehicle Specialist
lyancey@bouldercounty.org
720-564-2723

Lea fosters partnerships with communities and organizations throughout Boulder County around a vision for sustainability. By working together, the intent is to achieve mutual goals, share lessons learned, and leverage resources. Lea also leads employee engagement to reduce energy use and increase waste diversion in county facilities through education and collaborative projects, including leading the county’s switch to electric vehicles.

Tim Broderick, Zero Waste Sustainability Specialist
tbroderick@bouldercounty.org
720-564-2238

Tim is responsible for the implementation and updating of Boulder County’s Zero Waste Action Plan and works on a regional and state level to help shape zero waste policy and planning. He is the county liaison to the Resource Conservation Advisory Board which advises the commissioners on major waste diversion policies and strategies. Tim partners with Boulder County’s Resource Conservation Division on county funded studies, reports, and grant research.