Cathy Click

Manager of Development

Cathy Click is a practiced community builder through her work on citizen boards and running a small-town family restaurant over the past thirty years. As chair of her local community housing board and business owner, she is familiar with the many challenges facing the rural west. Cathy and like-minded residents led the effort to bring New Urbanism concepts to their 19th century neighborhood, creating an overlay district to protect their old miner’s cabins. More recently at the Basalt Regional Library, she sought to bring expanded cultural and social services to the community through local, state and federal grants.

Cathy lives in Basalt with her husband Bernard, and two water dogs (one Spanish, one Italian). She loves to hike and read and garden and knit, and recently took a croissant-making class in Paris to keep up her baking skills. In her free time, she volunteers at the Aspen Thrift Shop and serves on the boards of The Project Shop and the Basalt Regional Heritage Society. A graduate of Aspen High School, Cathy received her bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Colorado at Boulder.