Youth Commission

As an advisory board to City Council, the Youth Commission is a group of 11 teens (ages ranging from 13-18) that serves as a forum for the expression of ideas and goals related to community issues, particularly as they may affect Centennial youth. The City has partnered with the YMCA of Metro Denver to bring youth and older adults together in a multi-generational space. The Centennial Center of Generations (COG) is located at The Streets at SouthGlenn.

Learn more about the Center of Generations available programs for youth in Centennial by signing up for their emails or viewing their calendar. For additional information, please email or call 720-918-6425.

The Youth Commission consists of nine Centennial residents and two alternates ages 13 to 18.


This Commission meets the fourth Thursday each month, from 8 – 9 p.m. at the Centennial Civic Center or at the YMCA Center of Generations located at 6972 South Vine Street Suite 366.

Minutes are available following approval at the subsequent meeting. Search for the minutes on our City Records page or contact the City Clerks Office.