The Mayor and City Council provide proactive community leadership in the formulation of public policy that promotes the economic interests of the City, a high quality of life and a safe and attractive environment for the citizens.
Two council members represent each of the four districts ensuring equal representation for the citizens. The Mayor is elected at-large for a four year term, and the Council members are elected to four year staggered terms. The Mayor and Council members, working together as a single body, are entrusted with representing and interpreting the needs of the citizens of Centennial by balancing diverse public interests, establishing policies and providing leadership and vision for the community. View Council Compensation Ordinance(PDF, 3MB).