A special election will be held on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 to fill two vacancies on the Parker Town Council.
This special election will be held to fill the seats vacated by former Councilmember Renee Williams, who resigned her position in September 2020, and Jeff Toborg, who was elected Mayor on November 3, 2020. Any Councilmembers elected through this special election will serve until the next regular municipal election, which is scheduled for Nov. 8, 2022.
The Town will hold a pre-candidate meeting at Parker Town Hall on Wednesday, Jan. 13 at 6 p.m. to discuss the elected positions and the process to become a candidate; how to obtain information related to council agendas, reports and calendars; and to address questions related to the positions of Councilmember. The pre-candidate meeting is being held to prepare candidates for the first day that nomination petitions can be circulated for these elected positions, which is Tuesday, Jan. 19.
Individuals who circulate a nomination petition and obtain the required number of qualified signatures (as verified by the Town Clerk) and file the acceptance of Councilmember with the Town Clerk on or before Monday, Feb. 8, will be included on the April 20 ballot.
The Town will hold a candidate orientation meeting at Parker Town Hall on Wednesday, Feb. 17 at 6 p.m. to determine the order in which candidate names will be placed on the ballot and to provide information related to campaign contributions, the Fair Campaign Practices Act, Code of Ethics, Disclosure Statements and Election Signs, as well as many important dates and deadlines.
For more information, please contact the Town Clerk, Carol Baumgartner, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303.805.3112. You can also find more information online at www.ParkerOnline.org/2021Election.
Town of Parker Ballot Box Locations 2020
|Parker Town Hall, 20120 E. Mainstreet, 80138|
|Parker Police Department, 18600 Lincoln Meadows Parkway, 80134|
Town Council Meetings
A great way to make your voice heard in your community and to become informed about what is going on in Parker is to attend Town Council Meetings. These meetings are always open to the public and include time for public comments. View Town Council Agendas and Minutes.
You may also visit the Community Calendar for a complete listing of Town meetings and events.
Parker has several citizen commissions that focus on specific issues. These meetings are open to the public. We encourage citizens to attend meetings and consider serving on one of these important groups. The Town Commissions are:
Contact Your Elected Officials
Your Mayor and Council members welcome your concerns and thoughts. Voicing your opinions and ideas is the only way to help steer your community in the direction you wish it to take. The Town welcomes you to contact us.
Run for Office
Another way to serve your community is by running for elected office. The offices of Town Council and Mayor serve four-year terms and are elected in November of even-numbered years. Find out more about running for town council here.
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Additional Douglas County Ballot Drop Box Locations
|Roxborough Marketplace, 8355 N. Rampart Range, 80125|
|Sterling Ranch Civic Center, 8155 Piney River Avenue, 80125|