Mayor Pro Tem
4-year term, expires 2019
High-res photo: Brinkman High-Res Zip
- C-470 Coalition
- Colorado Municipal League Policy Committee
- Littleton Fire Rescue Management Group
- South Platte Working Group
Debbie Brinkman was first elected to the city council in November 2007 representing District IV. She was re-elected in 2011 and again in 2015 to four-year terms. Brinkman was elected by her peers on city council to two-year terms as mayor pro tem in 2009 and again in 2015, and served a two-year term as mayor in 2011.
Brinkman was appointed by Governor John Hickenlooper as the Arapahoe County representative to the board of directors of the Urban Drainage and Flood Control District and served a two year term. Brinkman also served as liaison to the Fine Arts Committee and the Museum Board. Currently she serves as Littleton’s designee to the South Platte Working Group and was elected in 2013 to serve a two year term on the Executive Board of the Colorado Municipal League.
Brinkman continues to be a voice for open space, water flows in the South Platte River, and trail safety. She is committed to city’s economic development and has been a leader in the efforts to support smart development, business growth and visioning Littleton's future. Brinkman is an advocate for community involvement, communication and trust.
Brinkman earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communications from the University of Northern Colorado.
Brinkman currently markets for Western Medical Solutions.