Town Council Meetings
The Town Council meets the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at 6:30 p.m. in the Town Hall Council Chambers located at 645 Holbrook Street. View meetings from the comfort of your home, or find archived meetings.
Meeting agendas are available online no later than 24 hours prior to the scheduled meeting. View most recent agendas and approved minutes.
Public Comment & Public Hearings
Town Council Rules of Order and Procedure
Rules of Order and Procedure have been established for the Town Council. The Rules indicate how Town Council meetings are held, in what order items are placed as well as descriptions of various procedures during a meeting. View Town Council Rules of Order and Procedure.
The Town of Erie became a Home Rule municipality by a vote of the people in November 2023. After adopting the Town Charter, Erie will now be governed under the Town Council / Town Manager form of government. Under this form of government, the Town Council (one Mayor, one Mayor Pro-Tem, five Councilors) serves as the legislative and governing body of the Town, while the Town Manager administers the day-to-day operations of the Town. The Council is responsible for establishing Town policies and goals and has the authority to adopt codes, ordinances and resolutions as needed to conduct the business of the Town. Each Councilor is also responsible for acting as a liaison to regional boards and commissions on behalf of the Town of Erie.
You may email the entire Council or call 303-926-2777. Follow the prompts to leave a message for the entire Council or individual members.
|Justin Brooks, Mayor
|Sara Loflin, Mayor Pro Tem
|Ari Harrison, Trustee
|Emily Baer, Trustee
|Andrew Sawusch, Trustee
|Brandon Bell, Trustee
|Dan Hoback, Trustee
Note: As part of the transition plan to adopt the new Town Charter, all current members of the Council will need to run for re-election in November 2024 to begin new terms on the Town Council. After November 2024, the Mayor will now have four-year terms (maximum two terms) as will all other Councilors. The three lowest vote-getters after the November 2023 election will only serve for two years to ensure staggering the turnover on the Council.