Billboard/Outdoor Advertising in Elbert
Elbert County was created on February 2, 1874, from the eastern portions of Douglas County. On February 6, 1874, the county was enlarged to include part of northern Greenwood County upon Greenwood's dissolution, and originally extended south and east of its present boundaries to reach to the Kansas state line. The county was named for Samuel Hitt Elbert, the Governor of the Territory of Colorado when the county was formed. In 1889, Elbert County was reduced to its modern size when its eastern portions were taken to create Lincoln, Kit Carson, and Cheyenne counties. Renting Billboard Advertising in Elbert is easy. A mix of outdoor advertising formats, shapes, sizes, and locations provides you with a range of outdoor media options to deliver the right message, at the right time, in the right place.