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Council Outreach

Westminster's elected officials are committed to being open and accessible. In addition to being available at City Council's regularly scheduled meetings, the mayor and councillors regularly connect with residents in the community at specific City Council outreach events.

Learn more about the Westminster City Council - Profiles and contact information for the mayor and councillors.

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City Council Outreach Events

The mayor and councillors are often at our many city and community events. Visit the city calendar for a list of upcoming events. Below are events specifically designated for City Council to connect with community members. 

August - Telephone Town Hall

Thursday, August 4
6:30-7:30 p.m.

Call in number: 855-312-2107

Telephone Town Hall events with City Council allow you to sit back on your patio or favorite chair and listen to your neighbors questions or ask your own. Find out about current events and new developments. You can join the call by being one of our over 20,000 randomly selected households or by dialing 855-312-2107 the night off the event. 

August - Westy Fest

Saturday, August 13
Christopher Fields at City Park

Join City Council as we celebrate all that Westy has to offer, with games, performances and local vendors.

September - City Council Community Meeting @ Bradburn

city council community meeting poster
Tuesday, September 20
6-8 p.m.

Noah's of Westminster
11885 N Bradburn Blvd.
Westminster, CO 80031

The Westminster City Council invites you to this community meeting that will be fun for you and your family! You will be able to enjoy some of your favorite local foods, get to know your City Council members and neighbors, ask questions and learn about current news on city projects that affect you--Bradburn and the surrounding neighborhoods. All Westminster residents are welcome! Click here to view the event poster.

City Council Initiative – Westminster Votes Month

Throughout the month of May, the Westminster City Council initiative, Westminster Votes, will be launched to help promote civic engagement through voter registration and participation in the City of Westminster. Activities include, letters to every household encouraging voter registration and participation in addition to a social media campaign and in-person activities. Visit the Westminster Votes webpage.

Westminster High School: Mayor Pro Tem Garcia and Councillors Pinter and De Cambra will be at Westminster HS supporting the Mi Familia Vota voter registration drive on Monday May 2, and Tuesday, May 3, from 10:50 a.m. to 12:30p.m.

Past City Council Outreach Events

April – City Council "Ask Me Anything" (AMA)

Wednesday, April 13, noon to 1 p.m.
Online forum on WestyCOnnect, click here.

The Westminster City Council hosted an "Ask Me Anything" (AMA) open forum on Wednesday, April 13 from noon to 1 p.m. on WestyCOnnect. An AMA is an opportunity to ask your City Council questions and receive answers in real-time.Click here to view questions and responses from this event.

View the Summary Report from the South Westminster City Council Community Meeting

The in-person community meeting with Westminster's City Council took place at the MAC facility on Wednesday, Jan. 6, from 6-8 p.m. The meeting's summary report can be found here. For further questions about this event, contact Alexa Priddy, Communication & Outreach Coordinator, at apriddy@cityofwestminster.us.

Listen to a Recording of the January Telephone Town Hall

Live broadcast was on Wednesday, Jan. 13.
Click here to listen to the event recording.


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