County Assessor Lisa Frizell

Lisa Frizell, Assessor

Elected in November 2014, Lisa Frizell is serving her first term as Douglas County Assessor. She spent the previous 16 years working in the County Assessor’s Office, including 14 in leadership roles, most recently as Administrative Deputy Assessor.

As Assessor, Lisa oversees a statutory office that discovers, lists, classifies and values all real and personal property in Douglas County.  The Assessor’s Office is also responsible for maintaining exemptions and public records, including ownership and parcel boundary mapping.

Along with increasing efficiency and simplifying government for her constituents, Lisa hopes to expand public and private partnerships that will help enhance Douglas County’s economic development.  She is a firm believer, that in government, customer service is the job of each employee at every level.

Lisa has served in many leadership positions outside the Assessor’s Office. These include Treasurer for the Colorado Assessor’s Association, Board Chair for the Harris-Realware User Group, which develops the land records management software used in the Douglas County Assessor’s Office, along with many other jurisdictions nationally. She is also the Chair for the Douglas County Business Technology Steering Committee, which oversees and prioritizes County-wide technology investments.

As an avid volunteer, she has served as both Chair and Treasurer of the Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors; has been a Girl Scout Leader; Metropolitan District Board Director; County Delegate; Precinct Leader; and Chaired the Colorado Artfest at Castle Rock for four years.

Lisa is licensed by the State of Colorado as a Certified Residential Appraiser, and holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the University of Colorado. A native of the County, she earned her high school diploma from Douglas County High School in Castle Rock. She is married to her husband Dave and has two children, a daughter who is a senior at Southern Methodist University and a son who recently completed his service in the United States Army.