2016 Celebrating Our JourneyJoin us as we travel through 2016 and reflect on Centennial's accomplishments, milestones and what's to come on the road ahead. 

"I’m proud to report that once again it has been a successful year in the City
of Centennial. Economic activity is thriving with the development of new buildings, businesses and homes. Our population grew as more people find
our neighborhoods a great place to raise their families and businesses, both large and small, continue to discover Centennial is a great place to start and grow a business.

The City’s road to success is the result of listening, planning and collaborating. Founding principles along with dedicated and responsive leadership have been part of the road map Centennial has followed.

The 2016 Citizens’ Survey provided valuable feedback in how our residents feel about the City and its services. With that input the City Council tackled tough issues like ice and snow removal, street rehabilitation and traffic congestion. We’ve made choices to invest in our infrastructure with a number of major road projects and cleared the way for future economic development and initiatives like our fiber backbone.

We are also planning for the future by reexamining how we do business, how our neighborhoods can maintain or improve their appeal and how we keep our families and properties safe and protected.

It has been an honor and privilege to serve as Mayor of our community for 8 years. Centennial continues to be recognized as an excellent City; in 2016 alone our City was named one of best places to live in the nation, one of the safest cities in Colorado and one of the most customer-friendly cities in America, among others. I am proud to have been part of this amazing journey and proud that we are laying the groundwork for future generations to enjoy living, working and playing here.

Thank you so much for the opportunity."

- Mayor Cathy Noon

 

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  • The City of Centennial is currently accepting applications to fill openings on the Senior Commission.  This is an Advisory Board to City Council to foster a greater understanding of the concerns of s...

  • The results are in! Centennial Center Park’s splash pad ranked fifth on USA Today’s latest 10Best Readers' Choice travel award contest. Seattle’s International Fountain came in first. Travel experts ...

  • Centennial Airport is closing the main runway, RWY 17L/35R, beginning May 30 as crews begin a federally-funded surface rehabilitation project. The closure will remain in effect through July 6, 2017. ...

  • The City of Centennial and Matt Sturgeon have successfully negotiated the terms and conditions of a contract for Mr. Sturgeon to serve as Centennial’s next City Manager.  The employment agreement rec...

  • The City of Centennial was voted as the Best Place to Move/Open a Business for the Best of Colorado Business Choice Awards presented by ColoradoBiz. The 25,000 votes were tabulated by DataJoe on be...

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