Town of Erie Board of Trustees

Erie Board of Trustees Action Items
October 10, 2017

Community Impact Award

The Town of Erie Community Impact Award recognizes businesses and individuals who have made an exceptional contribution towards overall vitality within Erie. The 2017 Award recipient is Adam Haid and the Erie Singletrack Advocates.
Community Impact Award - 2017
Photo (L-R): Adam Haid, Trustee Jennifer Carroll, Kiley Baham, Scott Cody and Rebecca Cody

Award Recipient Background:  Founder, and Erie resident, of Erie Singletrack Advocates (ESA), Adam Haid began his vision for singletracks in Erie when he noticed great terrain near his Vista Pointe home. As an avid mountain biker with a network of advocates around Erie and Boulder County, Adam began to give his idea roots by building community support, sketching out a potential route map, and presenting his ideas to the Town of Erie’s Open Space and Trails Advisory Board and later to the Board of Trustees. From there, ESA was born to share their passion for mountain biking with our community. 

Since 2013 ESA has singlehandedly built over 5 miles of singletrack trails, with plans to build 4 more miles. The volunteer organization now has over 250 volunteers and has logged over 3,300 hours to complete the project. In addition, the materials required to build the trails were largely purchased from donations through fundraising events organized by ESA.

Adam’s and ESA’s significant contributions to the Town’s trails has made a positive impact for our community. Their service and stewardship has created a network of user-friendly trails that welcome mountain bikers, runners, and walkers of all ages and abilities that will be a staple in our community for generations to come.

Cost-Share Proposed for Signal at
Erie Parkway & Meadow View Parkway

During Tuesday night’s meeting, Trustee Charles proposed that the Town of Erie should offer a 50% cost-share with Boulder Valley School District, to install a traffic signal at Erie Parkway and Meadow View Parkway.  All Trustees in attendance agreed that the Town should begin this conversation.  As more information becomes available, it will be shared with the public.

Board Approves Conducting 2018 Regular Municipal Election as Mail Ballot Election

The Board approved a resolution to conduct the April 3, 2018 Regular Municipal Election as a Mail Ballot Election.  Ballots will be mailed to the approximately 16,000 voters currently registered.

What’s On the Ballot
The Town of Erie will conduct its Regular Municipal Election on Tuesday, April 3, 2018.  During this election, registered voters in Erie will be electing a Mayor and three (3) Trustees.  The Mayor will be elected to serve a two-year term and three Trustees will be elected to serve four-year terms.
Background: The Town of Erie holds a Regular Municipal Election the first Tuesday of April in even-numbered years. Trustees serve four-year staggered terms; at every Regular Election there are three out of the six seats up for election. 
Candidate Information & Deadlines

  • Erie residents interested in running for the Board of Trustees may pick up a Candidate’s Packet from the Town Clerk’s Office beginning on Tuesday, January 2, 2018.

  • Each petition requires a minimum of ten signatures from registered electors within the boundaries of the Town of Erie.  Registered electors may only sign one petition for the Mayoral candidacy and up to three petitions for the Board of Trustees candidates (only one signature per candidate.  Completed petitions must be filed no later than 5:00 p.m. on Monday, January 22, 2018 with the Town Clerk’s Office.

  • The Town Clerk’s Office has scheduled an informational meeting on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at 6:00 p.m.  This meeting is not mandatory, however, information will be provided from the Secretary of State’s Office regarding the Fair Campaign Practices Act as well as other important candidate information.

  • The last day for candidates to submit petitions to be included on the April 3rd ballot is 5:00 p.m. on Monday, January 22, 2018.

Mail Ballot Information
The Town Clerk’s Office will mail the ballots by the week of Monday, March 12, 2018.  Erie voters may mail their ballot or drop off their ballot at Town Hall any time during normal business hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) and on Election Day from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.  Ballots must be received by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.  Registered voters who do not receive a ballot in the mail may request one from the Erie Town Clerk’s Office.

Election Judges Needed
The Town Clerk’s Office is in need of Election Judges to help during the 2018 Municipal Election.  The work will begin the week of March 12th and go through Election Day on April 3rd.  These are paid positions and to qualify, you must be a registered voter, but do not need to live in Erie.  Election Judges must be available full time as needed during that period.  For more information, please contact Town Clerk, Nancy Parker, at 303-926-2731.

For more information on the 2018 Town of Erie Municipal Election and Voter Registration Information visit

More Information & Upcoming Meetings

View complete October 10, 2017 Board of Trustees Meeting Packet here.

The Board of Trustees will meet in a Study Session on Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.  The next regularly scheduled Board of Trustees meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, October 24, 2017 at 6:30 p.m.  All meetings are held in the Town Hall boardroom located at 645 Holbrook Street in Erie.

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