Wheat Ridge City Council

City Council Member District III Opening

This application is to fill the upcoming District III vacancy. This appointment will complete the first term of office which expires in November 2021. The position will be eligible for district-wide election in November 2021. The application period closes on Tuesday, February 19 with presentation scheduled for Monday, February 25, 2019.


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Pursuant to Sec. 4.4 of the Wheat Ridge City Charter, all applicants must be a registered elector and resident of District III for a period of twelve (12) consecutive months immediately preceding appointment.



2017 Housing Survey Summary


With input from Wheat Ridge City Council, City staff created a survey to help identify community preferences related to the development and appropriate scale of single- and two-family homes in Wheat Ridge, including new construction and additions.

A summary of the results of the survey, Houses in Wheat Ridge: What Should They Look Like?, is available at http://bit.ly/WRHousingSurveyResults

City Council Strategic Plan 2017-2018

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Open Position
District I


Email

Tim Fitzgerald
District III


Mayor Pro tem
Email
(720) 360-0871
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Janeece Hoppe
District I


Email
(720) 556-9425
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George Pond
District III



Email
(303) 880-8729
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Kristi Davis
District II


Email
(303) 757-8488
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Larry Mathews
District IV



Email
(303) 396-5201
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Zachary Urban
District II


Email
(720) 252-5930
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Leah
Dozeman
District IV


Email
(720) 301-9598
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Council-Manager Form of Government


The City of Wheat Ridge functions within a Council-Manager form of government. Wheat Ridge City Council has eight members elected to represent the citizens of Wheat Ridge who are responsible for:
  • Representing the citizens of Wheat Ridge;
  • The Adoption of Ordinances and Resolutions or rules for the City;
  • Determining City policies;
  • Securing and sustaining public improvements such as streets and sidewalks;
  • Superintending the expenditures of money;
  • Establishing property tax and fees;
  • Approving various City contracts; and, 
  • Designating members of City boards, commissions and committees. 
The Council appoints a City Manager to supervise the delivery of public services and implement public policy approved by the Council. 

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Rules of Order and Procedure

City Council District Map

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