The Grand County Board of REALTORS® is dedicated to being involved in our communities. Our REALTORS® live and work in Grand County and they have a stake in the area’s success. Many of our REALTORS® are involved in local organizations and serve on local government boards. See the attached flyer for a comprehensive look at all the activities our members are involved in.
As a Board of REALTORS® we hold several charitable community events each year:
GCBOR Scholarships: Since 2003 we have sold advertising in our Grand County Real Estate Magazine to raise and award over $73,000.00 for our local high school seniors attending college each fall.
GCBOR “Shop Off”: The GCBOR holds a fun and crazy shopping event each spring to fill the shelves of our local food bank the Mountain Family Center. This year we raised over $4000 in cash and food for the center. Dressed in crazy themed costumes the REALTORS® race through the aisles filling their carts with food! The winners receive a “Major Award” for their efforts, the coveted “Leg Lamp”!
GCBOR Christmas tree decoration contest: We are participate in the Lyons club Tree Decorating Contest to raise money for the Mountain Family Center.
GCBOR Back Pack and School Supply Drive: Each year GCBOR raises money to purchase back packs and school supplies for local children in need.
GCBOR is involved in local political matters that affect Real Estate
Recent Local events:
GCBOR has teamed with local fire and emergency officials to get the word out about the importance of fire mitigation. Last August a Wild Fire Prevention flyer was sent to all property owners in Grand County loaded with helpful information about wildfire prevention. If you would like a copy of this flyer please contact the board office.
GCBOR has also been coordinating with the county Assessor’s office, county emergency workers as well as local governments to coordinate the addressing for our county roads in order to make the addresses more consistent, clear, and useful for our emergency workers.
GCBOR will be hosting wild fire workshop this coming September.