To protect the health of citizens and staff, some departments are conducting business remotely or by appointment only. Police records can be obtained by appointment only. Call 303-794-1551 to report a crime, for court-ordered fingerprints, or for police assistance in other matters. Check the city's COVID Information page for the latest operating hours and procedures before visiting the city.
As of 1/21 at 9 a.m., Bemis Library has no more KN95 masks. There are still plenty of surgical masks available.

Meeting Videos & Agendas

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01/11/2022 – Due to a dramatic surge of new COVID-19 cases which have reached record high levels in the Tri-County Health Department (TCHD) area, City Manager Mark Relph has directed some changes to city operations in order to protect employees and citizens.

All city council, board, and commission meetings will be held virtually until at least January 31 at which time this directive may be revisited.

Viewing and Participation Options

City council meetings are open to the public in the council chamber. Other options for viewing and participating in city council meetings are as follows: watch the live telecast on Comcast or CenturyLink Channel 8, live on Facebook, or watch the live stream on the Channel 8 web page.

To provide written remarks during the Public Comment part of the agenda, or to comment on an agenda item during a Public Hearing, submit a statement using the Agenda Item Comment Form. Comments received prior to 4 p.m. on the date of the council meeting will be presented to the mayor and council members.

Meeting Tools

Agenda Item Comment Form — Online comment form for citizens who are unable to attend a council meeting and wish to comment on a specific agenda item

Tentative Council Meeting Calendar — draft schedule and agendas of future city council meetings

View meeting videos recorded prior to 5/1/2014

Live Meetings

When a City Council, Planning Commission, Licensing Board, or Historical Preservation Board meeting is in session, its button below will be highlighted. For other meeting broadcasts, click on the board's name in the Upcoming & Archived Videos section below.

Action Minutes are the official record for meetings

In March 2014, city council approved an ordinance making the video recording of meetings the official record for the City of Littleton.

In February 2017, the city council approved an amendment to the code adding a new definition for minutes. "The term minutes shall mean action minutes of the meeting of the city council or any of its authorities, boards or commissions. Action minutes shall mean motions, the vote of any motion, and the name of any citizens speaking under public comment and/or public hearings and their stance.

The video recordings of meetings shall be kept in perpetuity.

In addition to city council, most meetings of six council-appointed boards are live streamed, live cablecast on Comcast and Century Link Channel 8, and are usually available for viewing on demand the day after a meeting.

Archived meeting documents (before 2009)

Documents for meetings before the city began to video record them are available on the Archived City Council Meeting Documents page.