Colorado Electrical Board
Electrical Frequently Asked Questions
Information about the Electrical Board including licensure, permits, and much more.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE

Processing times for permit applications submitted via U.S. mail may be delayed by up to 5-7 business days. We are encouraging all individuals requesting an electrical or plumbing inspection to submit their permit applications using our online system. 

Online permit submissions are processed in the system immediately upon payment. For any questions regarding the online system please contact dora_eandp_permits@state.co.us.

Welcome to the Electrical Homepage

The State Electrical Board licenses, registers, and regulates electricians, apprentices, and electrical contractors. The Board does not regulate communication systems, elevators or passenger conveyors, bridge or highway projects, or data processing systems. The Board's mission is to protect the health and safety of the people of Colorado by enforcing the state electrical statutes. The Board conducts regular inspections of the installations it regulates, and reviews special requests for exceptions to the code.

The Board is made up of nine professional and public members appointed by the governor.

Program Information

Program/Board Members

Joyce J. Young, Program Director

State Electrical Board
1560 Broadway, Suite 1350
Denver, CO 80202

Phone: 303-894-7800  |  Fax: 303-894-2310  |  Email: dora_electricalboard@state.co.us

 

Board Officers:

  • Gina Cullen, Chair
    Master Electrician

  • Joseph Montoya, Vice-Chair
    Building Official

  • Christopher Butler
    Public at Large

  • Monique Cisneros
    Journeyman Electrician

  • Elva Diane Lynch
    Electrical Contractor with Master Electrician

  • Virginia Harman
    Electrical Utilities

  • R Scott Roswell
    Public at Large

  • Thomas R. Kiel
    General Contractor

  • Jeremy Sanchez
    Electrical Contractor 

Public Notices

The State Electrical Board will hold a Permanent Rulemaking Hearing to allow stakeholders a final opportunity to provide testimony before the Board considers adopting the proposed changes to the State Electrical Board’s Rules 1.1 and 1.2 in order to properly update the incorporation by reference of the National Electric Code to the most current version and to add to the fining schedule the violation of applying for an electrical permit if not a qualified applicant.


Hearing Information

Legislative Updates
Meeting Minutes