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Littleton Facts

  • Littleton has a council/manager form of government with seven council members, three serving at-large and four representing legislative districts.
  • The mayor and mayor pro tem are elected by council to two-year terms.
  • The city manager, city attorney and municipal judges are appointed by council.
  • The city manager is the chief administrative officer presiding over 11 departments.
  • The Public Works department maintains 151 miles of streets, snow removal, traffic control, engineering, inspection and plan review, beautification, and sewer and storm drainage utilities.
  • The Littleton Main Street Historic District was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998.
  • The nationally accredited Littleton Museum features living history interpreters and is one of several museums in Colorado that is a Smithsonian Affiliate.
  • The Bemis Public Library attracts over 300,000 visitors each year and is known throughout Colorado for its innovative and extensive programming for all ages.
  • Littleton's 878-acre South Platte Park is one of the largest suburban parks in the U.S.
  • RTD's Southwest Light Rail has two stops in Littleton: downtown, and at Mineral Avenue and Santa Fe.
  • Littleton has an internationally recognized economic development program which focuses on helping new and established Littleton businesses succeed. The Economic Development Department offers numerous services including demographics, business research, start-up information, custom mapping, marketing assistance and focus groups. The majority of services are free to any City of Littleton business.
  • South Metro Housing Options provides single family homes and apartments for people in need of assistance, and maintains the following senior living facilities: Amity Plaza, Bradley House, Geneva Village and the Libby Bortz Assisted Living Center for frail elderly.
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For more information on the demographic trends of Littleton, contact the Economic Development Department at 303-795-3749.