Castle Pines North Metro District BOIL ADVISORY LIFTED, Following the completion of water quality testing CDPHE has rescinded the boil water advisory. Learn more.



Help Me With...

Select from list
My Residential Property
My Driver's License or Vehicle Registration
Requesting Assistance
Health Department


Select from list
My Property Valuation
Understanding My Valuation
Paying My Property Tax
Neighborhood Sales
Building Permits
Vehicle Registration - New Stickers
Vehicle Registration - New Vehicle
Drivers License - New or Renew
New Resident Vehicle Registration
Adult Protection
Child Welfare
Child Support
Child Care
Financial Assistance
Medical Assistance
Food Assistance
Register to Vote / Update Voter Registration
Upcoming Election Information
Ballot Drop Box Locations
Voter Service and Polling Centers
Birth/Death Records
Restaurant Inspections
Community Health
Child Care Center Inspections
Septic System Inspections
Emergency Preparedness & Response
Disease Surveillance
Mental and Behavioral Health Education
Community Health and Clinical Services
Women, Infants and Children


× Close


Douglas County Coroner Raeann Brown appointed to State boards

Posted on June 22, 2023 2023News and Events


First term Douglas County Coroner Raeann Brown is already making an impact at the state level on behalf of Douglas County Citizens.

Brown, who was elected in 2022 and began serving as Coroner in 2023, was recently chosen by her peers and Gov. Jared Polis to serve on two boards.

Gov. Jared Polis appointed Brown to the Colorado Coroner Standard and Training Board, which establishes and maintains standards for Coroner education, training and certification. Per this board, every Colorado coroner must complete 20 hours of training and report it to the board. Brown will serve on the CCSTB until March 2026.

Brown’s peers elected her Treasurer of the Colorado Coroners Association’s Executive Board of Directors. This association provides services and support to coroners and deputy coroners throughout the state by sponsoring training and educational activities. She’ll serve as Treasurer until June 2025.

“I am humbled and honored to serve the citizens of Douglas County as Coroner,” Brown said. “It is a privilege to be recognized and elected by my peers to serve as the Treasurer for the Colorado Coroners Association, as well as to be appointed by Governor Polis to the Colorado Coroners Standard and Training Board.”

Brown is a graduate of the Metropolitan State University of Denver, with a degree in biology and criminalistics (the study of evidence). Her background includes 19 years of end-of-life care experience in medicolegal death investigations as well as organ and tissue donation.

Brown is a Forensic Science Board Member for the Warren Tech High School and past forensic expert for the Colorado Coroners Association in organ and tissue donation.

Brown is a third-generation Coloradan who has called Douglas County her home for 26 years. Proudly serving her country, Brown is a Veteran of the United States Coast Guard.

The Coroner’s Office is a statutory office, which is mandated to establish the cause and manner of death in compliance with Colorado Revised Statute 30-10-601 through 30-10-622 and has four main responsibilities: establish manner and cause of death, and legal identification and notification. As of 2021, Douglas County Coroner’s Office is accredited by the International Association of Coroner & Medical Examiners.

Learn more about the Coroner’s Office on our webpage.


Your County. Your News. Get it first.

Be among the first to receive news as it happens. Subscribe to our online news push, and select your specific news focus and delivery preferences. Visit the Live Town Hall page and register for Town Hall notifications to ensure you are contacted to participate in future community conversations about topics important to you. Both services are free, and you can unsubscribe at any time. And don’t forget to follow Douglas County on Nextdoor, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube.

Sign Up Now!