City of Centennial Departments

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The City of Centennial contracts with the Humane Society of the Pike’s Peak Region (HSPPR) to provide Animal Control and Care for the City. Centennial Animal Services (CAS) is responsible for protecting and preserving public health and safety as it pertains to domestic animals.

The City Clerk's Office is responsible for maintenance of City records, municipal elections, liquor licensing, pawnbrokers licensing and the clerk of City Council.

The City of Centennial is a Council-Manager form of government. Centennial's City Manager is John Danielson, who started with the City in May 2012.

The City of Centennial strives to provide residents, businesses, visitors and the news media with timely, relevant and accurate information about the City.

The Community Development Department is responsible for ensuring development within the City occurs in an orderly, safe and attractive manner that contributes to the economic and physical vibrancy expected by Centennial businesses and residents.

The City of Centennial is dedicated to establishing and maintaining a vibrant business foundation within the community.

The Finance Department provides fiscal support to all City departments, boards, commissions and authorities and ensures the fiscal affairs of the City are efficiently and effectively managed in accordance with City policies and State and Federal statutes.

The City of Centennial is served by the Cunningham Fire Protection District, the Littleton Fire Department and the South Metro Fire Rescue.

The Human Resources Department manages compensation and benefit package annual reviews, recruitment, employee development and training, performance management, communicates policies and procedures, serves as a knowledgeable resource and advisor to create a professional and trusting environment that supports and guides the City’s staff.

The Centennial City Council consists of nine elected officials including the Mayor. While the Mayor represents the citizens at large, the other eight members are composed of two representatives from each of the City's four districts.

Centennial Municipal Court handles a variety of minor offense violations which include traffic penalties, animal violations, municipal code and zoning code violations.

If you live in Centennial, or are just visiting, you cannot help but notice the pride the City takes in its the vibrant parks and open space system, well-connected by walking and biking trails and routes.

The City of Centennial is ranked the safest city in Colorado and one of the safest in the country, and is served by the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office.

The City's Public Works Department is proud to deliver the services that help define the quality of life in Centennial including design and construction management of capital projects and street improvements, street maintenance and repair, snow and ice control, traffic control and transportation planning.

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City of Centennial
13133 East Arapahoe Road
Centennial, CO  80112

(303) 325-8000 - 24 Hour Citizen Response Center
(720) 488-0933 - Fax Number

 

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