The City of Centennial conducts municipal elections every two years in odd numbered years on the first Tuesday in November.
The City of Centennial is divided into four Districts. Each District is represented by two City Council Members that serve four year staggered terms, along with the Mayor who is elected at-large. City elections are non-partisan, meaning affiliation with a political party is not required or relevant.
Municipal elections are administered by the City Clerk, under the Centennial Home Rule Charter, Municipal Code of the City of Centennial and Colorado State Statutes.
Election | November 2017
The City of Centennial will hold a non-partisan municipal General Election on Tuesday, November 7, 2017. Centennial voters will elect five seats on the nine-member City Council including a Mayor and a Council Member from each of the four districts.
Learn more about running for office and meet the candidates.