UPDATED: Tim Long has been selected as the new Ward 4 representative. He will be officially sworn in at the Feb. 13 meeting.
Mayor Pro Tem Jenny Willford was elected to become the new State House District 34 representative in November and will take office in January.
Consequently, she announced at the Nov. 28 meeting that she is leaving her position as Ward 4 representative effective Jan. 8. Willford will be honored at the Dec. 12 meeting.This will create a vacancy in Ward 4 that must be filled by City Council no later than Feb. 7. Anyone who lives in Ward 4 and is interested in applying for the vacant may do so by submitting an application to the City Clerk's Office.
The application period has now ended.
The City Clerk's Office is open weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in City Hall, 11701 Community Center Drive.
To be eligible to serve on City Council, individuals must meet the following requirements:
- Must be a U.S. Citizen
- Must be a registered voter
- Must be a resident of Northglenn for a minimum of one year immediately preceding appointment
- Must be a resident of Ward 4 for at least 32 days immediately preceding application
- Must have no felony convictions
- Jan. 3 to 23, 2023: Application period. Anyone interested must apply by 4:30 p.m. on Jan. 23.
- Jan. 28 (Saturday) study session: Council interviews applicants for the vacant council position. Interviews will be conducted during a public meeting and broadcast on Channel 8 and the city's YouTube channel. See video of candidate interviews.
- Feb. 6 (Monday) special meeting: Council will appoint a new member to fill the Ward 4 vacancy. The new council member will serve until the regularly scheduled general municipal election in November 2023.