2255 W. Berry Avenue
Littleton, Colo. 80120
| At Large
Appointed 6/1/2021; term expires 11/2021
Mark Rudnicki high-res photo
Liaisons and Appointments
Mark Rudnicki and his family moved to Littleton in 1993 where they fast fell in love with its small-town character. Mark and his wife Alicia raised a daughter who attended Littleton Public Schools and now is an architect living with her husband in Durango.
Mark graduated from the Ohio University School of Architecture, becoming a registered architect in 1981. He has practiced architecture for 47 years and established his own firm in 1992, specializing in custom residential, institutional and commercial design.
He has been an active member in the Littleton community, serving on the Littleton Planning Commission for a total of 19 years. As chair, Mark was heavily involved with the creation of the 2019 Comprehensive Plan for Littleton. He also participated in citizen advisory committees dealing with Littleton design, transportation, and land-use issues. He is a past president of the Aberdeen Village Improvement Association, of which he has been a member for 25 years.
Mark was appointed by city council in June 2021 to complete the remaining term of Littleton City Council Member Karina Elrod. He is an advocate for strong neighborhoods, protecting Littleton's parks and the South Platte River, and supporting the business community while also focusing on careful use of citizen’s tax dollars. One of his goals as a council member is to complete the editing and adoption of the new Unified Land Use Code that will guide the future character and development of Littleton for the next 20 years. Mark notes that the community we all love has benefited from the good decisions our leaders have made in the past 125 years. He wants today’s decisions to be viewed positively by future generations.