Elections

Learn about the Town's elections


Town elections are held in November of even numbered years and are coordinated and administered by Douglas County. Coordinated elections include those for Town Council representatives, possible ballot questions or issues, charter amendments and referred ordinances or resolutions. 

Town Council may also call a special election, if deemed necessary, by ordinance for any Tuesday outside of certain parameters of proximity to a regularly scheduled election.  

The Town Clerk is the designated election official for the special election.  

May 15, 2018 Special Election


A special election was held on May 15, 2018.  This election was to define a transition plan to move toward a Mayor elected at-large and the necessary redistricting from seven districts to six, as well as the qualifications for Mayor.  Both measures passed according to preliminary election results. 

Get out and vote!

You are eligible to vote if you:

  • Will be 18 years of age or older at the time of the election
  • Are a United States citizen
  • Have resided in the district you will be voting in for at least 22 days prior to the election

To register to vote

You will need a Colorado State driver's license or an ID card issued by the Department of Revenue or other acceptable form of identification. Register to vote in person at the Douglas County Elections Office, or head to govotecolorado.com. You can verify your registration information, register online, or update your current registration with a new address on the state website.