Check out testimonials from students of the inaugural Centennial 101 class:


“The Centennial staff and elected officials were all engaging and generous with their time and knowledge. This class validated my decision to buy a home in such a well-run city, and inspired me to get more informed and involved.”


“Centennial 101 sheds light on the "secret sauce" that makes the City nationally recognized.”


“I thoroughly enjoyed Centennial 101, and have already recommended it to many other residents. I especially enjoyed learning about the City's incorporation, the budgeting process, capital improvements, the unique way the City outsources services, and so much more. And the interactive exercises made learning fun! I have learned that there are many, many ways to become involved, and look forward to becoming an active Centennial volunteer.”


“I would recommend this course to anyone that is interested in understanding more about the City of Centennial, how it is unique from most of the surrounding cities in what it is doing and has done for its residents.  If you are at all interested in running for public office, even if not in Centennial, this course is a very good way to begin to understand how any city functions, and specifically what Centennial has done to maximize its efficiencies.”


"If you want to know what is going on in your City government, this is the class that will detail it for you. The information is offered in classroom format and interactive projects - all geared to give you a feel for how your government officials manage your City. Get signed up -- Get involved!"


"The information presented, and the enthusiasm with which it was presented made for a great learning experience. The end result was a feel of pride that I live in Centennial."


"If you love where you live and want to learn more about what goes into making Centennial such a great City, then you must attend Centennial 101. Not only is it very informative, but will motivate you to get involved to make our community an even better place live and work." 


"This is the best way for citizens to become more knowledgeable about Centennial. I was involved in the launch of the City and still learned many things. This is a delightful way to find a pathway for involvement -- through serving or just being more informed."


 

  • The City of Centennial has installed its first “Adopt-A-Street” sign for Topgolf. This sign is located on County Line Road between Yosemite and Quebec. 

  • Centennial Center Park’s splash pad has been nominated in USA Today’s latest 10Best Readers' Choice travel award contest. Voters have four weeks to vote online for the candidate of their choice. Vo...

  • The weekly “Noon Hour” meeting with Centennial Mayor Cathy Noon is cancelled this Wednesday, May 3. The meeting will reconvene Wednesday, May 10, 2017. Mayor Noon will be at the Centennial Civic Cent...

  • The Centennial City Council has selected three finalists for the City Manager position vacated by John Danielson in October. An opportunity for the public to meet the candidates is scheduled for T...

  • The City of Centennial Youth Commission and Arapahoe/Douglas Works! are hosting a young adult job fair on May 5, 2017 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Lima Plaza Arapahoe Ballroom, located at 6954 S. Lim...

  • (Centennial, Colo) - The City of Centennial is proud to announce that it has received the 2017 Gallup Great Workplace Award. The award was created to recognize organizations for their extraordinary a...

  • The City of Centennial is accepting applications to serve on the City’s Election Commission . Terms are for three years or until the end of a previously established term in the case of a mid-term va...

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Centennial, CO  80112

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