Election Information

2023 Municipal Election will be held on November 7, 2023. Elections will be conducted for Council seats in all four districts.

A Candidate Information Meeting will be held in July. Required petitioning will occur in August. Candidate Information Packets are available to download here(PDF, 2MB) or contact the City Clerk for additional information.

 The 2023 Election Calendar will be available in February.

Should I Run?(PDF, 428KB) Information about life as an elected official in the City of Centennial.

View the 2023 Candidates here

Anyone publicly announcing intent to run for office and thereafter receiving contributions or making expenditures must file a Candidate Affidavit(PDF, 152KB) form with the City Clerk's Office within 10 days.  Registration of Candidate Committees(PDF, 134KB) must be filed with the City Clerk's Office once formed.  

Information regarding Campaign Finance (FCPA Rules and Regulations) can be found here(PDF, 646KB) or by visiting the Colorado Secretary of State's website.

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 held on odd-numbered years are administered by the City Clerk, under the Centennial Home Rule Charter, Municipal Code of the City of Centennial and Colorado State Statutes.

Looking for General Election Information? Visit arapahoevotes.gov for the latest election and voting information.

Looking for Voter Registration Information? Click Here.

Issue and Candidate Committees 

Must file a Committee Registration Form(PDF, 161KB) with the City Clerk.

Information regarding Issue and Candidate Committees may be found in the Centennial Campaign and Political Finance Manual(PDF, 646KB).