Why you should work for the Town of Winter Park
Why you should work for the Fraser Winter Park Police Department
Who We Are
800miles of trails
1000+full time residents
300days of sunshine
300inches of snow annually
Winter Park is a welcoming year-round community that values sustainable growth while preserving our heritage, adventurous soul and alpine environment.
CIGNA Open Access Plus medical plan (10 percent employee contribution for employee coverage and 25 percent employee contribution for added dependents)
CIGNA dental program (10 percent employee contribution for employee coverage and 25 percent employee contribution for added dependents)
CIGNA vision program
$500 wellness benefit
$50,000 life insurance policy, and optional voluntary life insurance
Short and long-term disability insurance
Flexible spending account
ICMA 401(a) Retirement Plan with 7.65% Town of Winter Park match
Voluntary ICMA 457 Retirement Plan with up to 4% Town of Winter Park match
Generous paid time off
144 hours (18 days) paid time off accrued during your first year
11 paid holidays per year
We are proud to be a leading provider of workforce housing in the area and have several workforce housing developments, including home-ownership programs. Housing assistance will be provided to new hires as described in the job ad and on a case-by-case basis depending on availability. For more information, we invite you to contact email@example.com
Health Care Options
Several private practitioners
Denver Health - Winter Park Medical Center
Middle Park Medical Center Urgent Care
East Grand School District has an elementary school in Fraser, with middle and high schools in neighboring Granby.
Living in Winter Park
The Town of Winter Park is an authentic, active mountain town in the central Rocky Mountains with neighborly full-time residents. Yet we're not too far from the metro area - you can be at Denver International Airport in 90 minutes. For this reason, we have many second homeowners, and our staff enjoys the perks of mountain life without being too far from the big city amenities.
Although maybe best known for our snow, we strive to be a four-season vacation destination, with great hiking and biking opportunities in the summer, plus rafting, fishing, horseback riding, camping, and the longest alpine slide in Colorado.