Contact Us

You may contact the State Personnel Board by mail, email, phone or fax. 

The mailing address for the State Personnel Board is 1525 Sherman Street, 4th Floor, Denver, Colorado 80203.  The office is open by appointment only.  Typically, appointments are scheduled between 9:00 am. to noon, Monday through Friday, excluding official holidays and office closures.  Please contact the Board in advance if you wish to schedule an appointment.

The email address for the State Personnel Board is dpa_state.personnelboard@state.co.us

For general information, please call 303-866-5053. For questions regarding settlement facilitation, please call 303-866-5776.

The office fax number is 303-866-5038. Please do not fax documents longer than 10-pages in length.

If you wish to file an appeal, please see the filing instructions on the Board's website at https://spb.colorado.gov/forms-and-filing





It is the policy of the State Personnel Board that upon receipt of a CORA request, the Board Director will assess and determine if the request requires more than one hour of staff time to locate or produce records. If it requires more than one hour of staff time, the Board will charge the requestor for all copying expenses and staff time at the rate of $33.00/hour in accordance with sections 24-72-205(5)(a) and (6)(a), C.R.S.

Before fulfilling a substantial request, the Board will provide a cost estimate to the requestor that includes the estimated time for staff to search for, retrieve, redact, assemble, and transmit the records. The requestor must approve the cost estimate before the agency will begin work on fulfilling the request. The Board may require an advance deposit of the expected cost before it will begin completing the request.

The timeframe for completion of the request is put on hold between providing the cost estimate to the requestor and the requestor approving the cost estimate or submitting the advance deposit, whichever is applicable.

Costs associated with a request must be paid in full before the Board will produce the records.


Consistent with C.R.Civ.P. 4(9) and (10), process may be served by delivery to the Colorado attorney general.