“Rail connections are an economic catalyst for Weld County and across the state. When private railroads invest into the infrastructure that moves Colorado industries, that benefits all of us.”
Steve Moreno is a 30+ year Weld County resident, who has worked for Weld County since 1985. Moreno was elected as an at-large commissioner in 2014 and re-elected in 2018. Moreno currently acts as the Chair of the Board of Commissioners, and serves on the Upstate Colorado Economic Development Board, Greeley Downtown Development Board, Small Business Development Center Board, Highway 85 Coalition, Highway 34 Coalition, I-25 Coalition, Greeley-Weld County Airport Authority Board and the United Way of Weld County Board of Directors.
Additionally, Moreno sits on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Elected Officials (Election Center). Before being elected as a commissioner, Moreno was sworn in as the 28th Weld County Clerk and Recorder, in which he served three terms from 2003-2014. He also served as Chief Deputy and Deputy Clerk for the Weld County Clerk and Recorder’s Office. Before coming to Weld County, Commissioner Moreno served as Deputy Clerk for Otero County, Colorado.
Commissioner Moreno attended Otero Junior College and the University of Southern Colorado and is a member of the St. Peters Catholic Church. He has been married to his wife Joyce for 38 years, and together they have two children.