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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. The commission meets on an as-needed basis. 

Commission Members

Member District Appointed Term Expires Email
Noah Welshans
IV
4/1/2018
2024
ecnw@littletongov.org
Ronald Dietz IV 4/1/2018 2022

ecrd@littletongov.org

 

Cassandra Medrano
IV
4/1/2017
2021
eccm@littletongov.org
Jace Hopper IV 4/1/2018 2022 ecjah@littletongov.org
David Eberhard
IV 4/1/2018 2023
ecde@littletongov.org
Colleen Norton
Interim City Clerk
NA NA cccn@littletongov.org

Staff Contact

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

All Upcoming Public Meetings

ArapCo Bike/Ped Master Plan Open House

Arapahoe County Bicycle Pedestrian Master PlanArapahoe County has been working on the development of a Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan since May 2016 and has inventoried existing conditions, developed vision and goals and conducted extensive public outreach to inform the development of a draft bicycle and pedestrian network for the County.

The final plan will result in a comprehensive system of on-street and trail facilities that safely connects neighborhoods and destinations and encourages walking and bicycling for travel and recreation. The plan covers both the incorporated and unincorporated portions of Arapahoe County and is being developed in close coordination with all local municipalities. The final plan will serve as a guide for constructing bicycle and pedestrian network improvements over time.

The second round of public meetings will be held April 4 and April 6 to present the comprehensive vision for on-street bicycle facilities, sidewalks and trails across the county. The draft network is based on public input from the project’s online public commenting tool, an online survey, a Telephone Town Hall (June 2016), public meetings (December 2016) and outreach at special events. The draft bicycle and pedestrian network builds on existing plans from local municipalities to ensure continuity and to create a comprehensive vision for the County.

We need to hear from you – the users of the bicycle and pedestrian facilities in the county – to ensure that the draft bicycle and pedestrian network meets your needs and the community’s vision. The project team will refine the network for incorporation into the final plan after the public meetings and create a phased implementation plan. After the draft plan is reviewed by the public, the final plan will be presented to the Arapahoe County Commissioners for adoption.

Two public meetings will be held in April, each providing the same content.

Western Arapahoe County 
Tuesday, April 4
5 – 7 p.m.
Carson Nature Center, 3000 W. Carson Drive, Littleton 80120
 
Eastern Arapahoe County 
Thursday, April 6
5 – 7 p.m.
Arapahoe County Fairgrounds, 25690 E. Quincy Avenue, Aurora, CO 80016

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