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City Council

Northglenn operates a Council-Manager style of government.

This means the city’s residents elect a governing body (known as City Council) that conducts the legislative functions of the city.  In turn, the City Manager executes the laws and administers the city’s government.

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Powers and Responsibilities Meetings
  • Council meetings are on the second and fourth Monday of the month.
  • Study sessions are held as needed on the first and third Monday of each month at 6 p.m.
All meetings are held in City Council Chambers (unless otherwise noted on the agenda) in City Hall, 11701 Community Center Drive.

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Council Members

Ward 1

Ward 2

Ward 3

Ward 4

City Council Attendance
Meeting attendance for the Mayor and City Council members can be viewed in the reports below.

Council consists of nine members, including the mayor.  Two council members are elected from each of the City’s four wards, while the mayor is elected at-large, by the general public.

Council members are elected for four-year terms.  Per Colorado state law, the mayor and council members are limited to two consecutive terms in office, but may serve more than two terms if they are not continuous.

Council assumes office at the first meeting following certification of results.  At this meeting, a Mayor Pro Tem is selected and council appointments are made to various Boards and Commissions.

The City is divided into four contiguous wards.  These wards have approximately the same amount of voters to assure equal representation. If you are unsure of what ward you live in, please call 303.450.8756.


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Council Appointments

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Northglenn City Council
11701 Community Center Drive
Northglenn, CO 80233

Please go to the council member's individual page for contact information.