Town Administrator February 3, 2020According to the Colorado Municipal League there are about 1,800 municipal elected officials in Colorado!
As a statutory Town, Erie’s regular municipal election will take place on April 7, 2020. Serving as a municipal elected official requires dedication, knowledge, and a substantial time commitment. As members of Erie's governing body, Trustees make important contributions that shape the future of the community and ensure efficient, effective and responsive Town services. A few highlights of Erie’s upcoming Election 2020 events include the following: 2020 CandidatesA list of the 2020 Candidates can be found on the Town's election webpage with affidavits and committee registrations. Candidates have been invited to attend a Town Hall 101 session. This event will provide candidates the opportunity to ask questions of Town staff.Lot Drawing
At this brief event, there will be a drawing for placement of candidates’ names on the April 7, 2020, Erie regular municipal election ballot. The public is invited and encouraged to attend on Thursday, February 6, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. in the Board of Trustees Board Room. Following the drawing, staff will be available to answer any questions regarding the upcoming election. For more information contact the Town Clerk
at 303-926-2730.Candidate Forum
The Erie Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Candidate Forum on Thursday, March 12 at 6 p.m. at Vista Ridge Academy (3100 Ridge View Drive). Everyone is invited. For more information contact the Erie Chamber of Commerce
.Register to Vote an Update Registration
In order to vote in Erie you must be 18 years of age by the day of the April 7 election, a resident in the Town, and a U.S. citizen. Online voter registration can be accessed at Go Vote Colorado
. Visit Go Vote Colorado
to find your voter registration, update information, check ballot status, withdraw your registration, change your name, or request an absentee ballot.