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Community Involvement

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Community Involvement LevelsThe City of Longmont encourages and welcomes its residents to be involved in all aspects of city government. There are many ways you can get involved, from simply staying informed to expressing your opinions to volunteering to help the City deliver many of its excellent services. The City of Longmont has developed a framework of varying levels for involving the community as shown at right. They range from simply distributing information to listening to residents’ ideas for and opinions on specific projects to forming partnerships with individuals and organizations in order to deliver a needed service.

Getting involved begins with a click. Below are several ways you can participate with the City of Longmont. Just click on what interests you, and get started today.

Participate in the conversation

Check out our new Community Engagement Forum, where various topics will be posted for you to provide feedback. This is a new way for you to provide your input to elected officials and city staff quickly and easily. Join the conversation.

Be Informed

City News

City Council

Be a Consultant

  • Speak with Council members at "Public Invited to be Heard" - the beginning of every Council meeting
    • Join us for Coffee with Council - the last Saturday of the month, January – October
  • Contact City Council members

Be Involved/Be A Partner

Community Involvement Process and Resources

Interested in engaging your own neighbors and friends in change?

The City’s community involvement resource manual, Engaging Citizens, is a guide to how and when the City might use these different community involvement processes.

Train yourself in the art of Community Involvement by viewing the Training on Community Involvement

Interested in a quick-learn on a specific technique? View these "one-pagers" to get a flavor for a specific way of managing group process.

For more information about Longmont's community involvement activities, contact Sandi Seader at (303) 651-8634.

Our Partners

The Community Involvement Team values various organizations who champion and build community involvement skills. These agencies include:

 

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