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City Council
City Council is the legislative and governing body of Commerce City. The nine members establish the vision for the city, set annual goals to achieve that vision and enact the laws that govern our citizens. City Council annually reviews and approves the city budget. They also appoint the city manager, city attorney, and municipal court judge, as well as members of boards and commissions.  

Commerce City Telephone Town Hall
Learn more about what’s happening in the city, ask questions and provide input on important projects.

City Council will host a series of telephone town hall meetings this year to provide residents an easy way to engage in city government from the comfort of their home. This hour-long call the third Wednesday of every other month is an opportunity to share city information, get feedback on projects such as the new recreation center, and answer questions about services or issues.

Telephone town halls are a new way council members are reaching out to residents. Last year, more than 1,200 individuals participated in two meetings, providing feedback that helped shape programming plans for the recreation centers.
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These events will be at 7 p.m. the third Wednesday of every other month:
  • April 20
  • June 15
  • August 17
  • October 19
  • December 21

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If you would like to subscribe to ensure you get a phone call so that you can participate, text C3GOV to 828282 or subscribe here.

Meetings
  • Regular Meetings: 6 p.m. on the first and third Monday of each month except for holidays.
  • Study Sessions: 6 p.m. on the second and fourth Monday of each month except for holidays.
  • Meeting locations: Unless otherwise designated by Council, meetings take place at the Civic Center at 7887 E 60th Ave., Commerce City. 
  • Meeting broadcasts: Regular meetings are broadcast online and on local Channel 8. 

Agendas & Minutes
Meeting agendas, minutes and legislation are available online.
 
Members
There are nine city council members, including one mayor, a council member for each of the city's four wards and four members at-large. The mayor selects a councilperson to serve as the mayor pro tem.
2016 City Council
Standing: Rick Teter, Jason McEldowney, Sean Ford, René Bullock,
Jadie Carson, Andrew Amador, Paolo Diaz, Crystal Elliott, Steve Douglas.