Vote for Tom Boyd
for eagle county commissioner
Tom is a visionary leader with decades of county experience. He is committed to attainable housing, wise land use, childcare, transportation, wildlife preservation, water, the environment, climate, youth, childcare, and building partnerships for a thriving community.
lifelong local, lasting solutions
”I was fortunate to grow up in a community where everyone around me lent a hand, volunteered, and willingly contributed to every aspect of life in our valley with a ‘can-do’ spirit that was unrivaled. This is the mentality that has always inspired me to take action to contribute to this exceptional community in whatever way possible.”
– Tom Boyd
At age 47 and after decades of developing expertise in community leadership, Tom Boyd is ready to elevate his desire to give back with his announcement to seek the District 2 seat on the Board of County Commissioners, currently held by Kathy Chandler-Henry who has said she will not seek re-election in 2024.
A graduate of Vail Mountain School and the University of Colorado, Boyd returned to the Eagle River Valley in his 20s and began a career of weighing in on the key issues that shaped the community around him as a journalist, newspaper editor, columnist, and non-profit board member. Boyd now lives in Edwards with his wife, Renee, and two sons, Tyler, 12, and Alex, 10. He currently serves as director of public relations and communications at the nonprofit Vail Valley Foundation and has been in that role since 2015.
“There is no question that to ensure the stability and success of our strong local economy – delivering on equity in so many ways, including small business development, much more attainable housing, early childhood development facilities, behavioral health services – must be top of mind. Just as challenging and just as important, I am deeply committed to supporting preservation of our natural environment, working alongside key partners and organizations on responsible land use and water management.”
– Tom Boyd
Tom is a visionary leader with a strong platform. He is committed to making Eagle County a better place to live through affordable housing, protecting the environment and wildlife, stewarding our water, improving childcare and opportunities for youth, and fostering partnerships for a thriving community.