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The Election Commission reviews, recommends, and establishes procedures for municipal elections based on city charter, Municipal Code, and State Statute provisions. The Commission also establishes voting districts and appoints election judges. This Commission has charge of all activities and duties required of it by law or city charter in conducting municipal elections. Meetings are held as needed.
||Interim City Clerk
For questions concerning the Election Commission, contact the City Clerk's Office at 303-795-3780 or one of the following staff members:
- Colleen Norton City Clerk — for questions concerning the meeting calendar (listed below), agendas, minutes, meeting information, etc.
Authorities, Boards & Commissions Documents
- Boards and Commissions Task Force Recommendation Report
- Protocol, Standards of Conduct, and Travel Reimbursement Policy
- Email Guidelines - Outlines appropriate use of the City of Littleton’s email systems
- Media Relations Policy
All Upcoming Public Meetings
South Platte Park Public Meeting
- Date: 12/15/2016 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
- Location: Carson Nature Center
3000 W. Carson Drive
Littleton, Colorado 80120
South Platte Park Management Plan Public Meeting
The South Platte Park Management Plan is undergoing its periodic review before the public, the Littleton City Council, and the South Suburban Board of Directors. A public meeting will be held December 15 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Carson Nature Center (3000 W. Carson Drive) to collect comments and input from the public. Comments may be submitted through 10 p.m. Sunday, December 18.
The public is invited to review the 2016 draft plan which outlines recommended changes with notes in the margins, and compare it to the current (2009) management plan. Download both versions below, or hard copies of both plans will also be available at the Carson Nature Center. Email comments to email@example.com.
South Platte Park is an 880-acre open space park owned by the City of Littleton and managed by South Suburban Parks and Recreation. It has a variety of biking and hiking trails, fishing lakes, wildlife habitat areas, and the Carson Nature Center. The plan is reviewed every 5 to 10 years.