Candidate for Colorado's Fifth Congressional District
Small Business Owner
I’ve been a leader in the Pikes Peak region for more than 25 years.
I have never received a paycheck from the government.
Vote for Tyler Stevens to Congress
Private Property Rights
Public Lands Recreation
Small Business Advocate
Gun Owner and Pro-2nd Amendment
We have allowed our government to create volumes of laws that a reasonable, law-abiding person could ever expect to know of. As your representative in Congress, I will continue to reduce regulation & bureaucracy while smartly preserving protection of private property, public health and our general welfare.
As a small business owner, I have to balance revenue against expenses. Our government needs to do the same. As your congressional representative, I will side with the taxpayer, and my highest priority will be to end the tax, borrow and spend swamp of DC.
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ABOUT TYLER STEVENS
Tyler is the General Manager and Owner of Complete Kitchens, one of the area's largest kitchen and bath showrooms. Complete Kitchens has completed tens of thousands of projects in the Pikes Peak region. He's also a Partner/Owner in Coutura Design Center, a collaboration of more than 20 local businesses in the construction industry, a one stop shop for home building and renovation needs.
Tyler has served as a continuously elected official since 1998 as a Green Mountain Falls Town Trustee and four terms as Mayor.
Through his elected position with the Town of GMF, Tyler has served on the Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments (PPACG) since 1996. He has represented the Town of Green Mountain Falls to the region’s voluntary association of 16-member governments on the Air Quality Technical Committee, Transportation Advisory Committee, Peak mobility 21, Fort Carson Regional Growth Plan Executive Steering Committee, and the Pikes Peak Regional Sustainability Plan Consensus Committee.
Tyler serves on the Pikes Peak Rural Transportation Authority on behalf of Green Mountain Falls. The PPRTA raises approximately 100 million dollars annually for transportation capital, maintenance and public transit for the Pikes Peak Region.
Tyler represents the small municipalities on the Pikes Peak Regional Building Commission. Tyler is in his third term as Commission chairman.
Tyler has been married to his wife, Molly, for almost 19 years. They have raised their two daughters, Sage and Coco, in Green Mountain Falls, accompanied by their dog and cat and occasional Humane Society foster puppies.
Tyler has been an active citizen of the Pikes Peak Region. His leadership experience includes participation on many volunteer boards and committees, including Silver Key, Teller County EMS Council, Pikes Peak Medical Task Force, Trails and Open Space Coalition, Clean Air Campaign of the Pikes Peak Region, MSSD14 Partners for Healthy Choice, and the Manitou Springs Education Foundation.
One of his greatest passions is the opportunity to serve as a volunteer First Responder. He is the medical Captain with the Green Mountain Falls Chipita Park Fire Department and responds as a firefighter, EMT and wildland firefighter. In 2012 and 2013 he helped fight the Waldo Canyon and Black Forest fires, two of our community's worst fires.
Tyler holds a Bachelor degree in Economics from Colorado College and a Masters in Public Administration from UCCS. He is a supporter of school choice, and is proud to send his daughters to Manitou Springs School District 14, where 40% of the students choose into the District.