Longmont City Government
The City of Longmont operates under a Council-Manager form
of government that provides the political leadership of a City Council with
the administrative oversight of a City Manager. There is a seven-person City
Council including a Mayor. The Mayor serves a two-year term and the Council
members serve four-year terms. The Council appoints both the City Manager and the City Attorney.
The City's infrastructure includes eight departments:
Each department is headed by a director and
features various divisions such as Youth
Services, Water Treatment, Community & Neighborhood Resources, Enterprise Technology Services, Fleet, City Clerk, Human
Resources, the Library and much more.
For more information, please click on the appropriate link.
The City of Longmont is governed by a seven-member City Council. The City
Manager provides day-to-day administrative management and oversight. The City
Attorney serves as general counsel to the City Council and city departments
and divisions. The main administration of the City government is located in
the Civic Center Plaza, located at 350 Kimbark Street. Other municipal offices
include Public Works Operations, Youth
Center, Senior Center, Longmont
Recreation Center, Roosevelt Memorial Building, Service Center and the Development Services Center.
There are many ways that residents can become involved with their local
government. The City of Longmont encourages interaction and participation
through many levels and hopes that more people take part in the early stages
of the Public Involvement process.
How can you become more involved?
Visit some of these links to find out
how you can participate.
- View the Community Involvement Resource
Manual, learn how the city is using this process with different city
- Talking with City Council
- letting Council hear your ideas and suggestions.
- Volunteer for one of the many City Boards,
Committees and Commissions
- Shaping our future through the Planning Commission and
various Task forces