Electors can expect to see the following City Council positions on their ballot:
- Mayor, two year term ending November 2019
- Two Council Members, At Large, four year terms ending November 2021
- Council Member, Ward 2, four year term ending November 2021
Visit our Candidate and Committee Information page to view the candidates and their campaign reports.
The following questions/issues will also appear on the City of Longmont's ballot:
CITY OF LONGMONT
BALLOT ISSUE 2H
SHALL CITY OF LONGMONT TAXES BE INCREASED $6.2 MILLION ANNUALLY IN THE FIRST FULL YEAR AND BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS ARE RAISED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY INCREASING THE CITY SALES AND USE TAX RATE FROM 3.275 PERCENT TO 3.53 PERCENT, WHICH IS AN INCREASE OF TWO AND FIFTY-FIVE ONE HUNDRETH CENTS ON EACH TEN DOLLAR PURCHASE, BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2018, WITH PROCEEDS USED EXCLUSIVELY TO INCREASE THE LEVEL OF SERVICE FOR PUBLIC SAFETY IN THE CITY OF LONGMONT, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
-- POLICE OFFICERS AND PERSONNEL FOR TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT AND TO INVESTIGATE SEX ASSAULTS;
-- POLICE OFFICERS TO ENSURE SAFETY OF OFFICERS AND TO IMPROVE EMERGENCY RESPONSE;
-- EMERGENCY DISPATCHERS FOR 911 RESPONSE;
-- FIREFIGHTERS TO ENSURE SAFE AND SUFFICIENT RESPONSE TO EMERGENCIES;
-- PERSONNEL TO SUPPORT EMERGENCY PUBLIC SAFETY RESPONDERS; AND
-- POLICE AND FIRE EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES TO ENSURE SAFETY;
SHALL THE REVENUES FROM SUCH TAX AND ANY INVESTMENT INCOME EARNED FROM SUCH REVENUES BE COLLECTED AND SPENT AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE UNDER SECTION 20 OF ARTICLE X OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION; AND SHALL ORDINANCE O-2017-46, WHICH INCREASES THE SALES AND USE TAX RATE, BE APPROVED?
CITY OF LONGMONT
BALLOT ISSUE 2I
SHALL CITY OF LONGMONT TAXES BE INCREASED $1.3 MILLION ANNUALLY IN THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AND BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS ARE RAISED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY THE IMPOSITION OF AN ADDITIONAL SALES TAX OF 3.0 PERCENT, WHICH IS AN INCREASE OF THIRTY CENTS ON EACH TEN DOLLAR PURCHASE, BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2018, ON THE SALE OF RETAIL MARIJUANA AND RETAIL MARIJUANA PRODUCTS AS PROVIDED IN ORDINANCE O-2017-47, WITH THE RATE OF TAX BEING ALLOWED TO BE INCREASED OR DECREASED WITHOUT FURTHER VOTER APPROVAL SO LONG AS THE RATE OF TAXATION DOES NOT EXCEED 15 PERCENT, AND WITH PROCEEDS REPRESENTING 1.5 PERCENT OF SUCH SALES OR 15 CENTS ON EACH TEN DOLLAR PURCHASE USED EXCLUSIVELY FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAMS AND SERVICES; SHALL THE REVENUES FROM SUCH TAX AND ANY INVESTMENT INCOME EARNED FROM SUCH REVENUES BE COLLECTED AND SPENT AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE UNDER SECTION 20 OF ARTICLE X OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION; AND SHALL ORDINANCE O-2017-47 BE APPROVED?
City of Longmont
Ballot Question 2J
Shall City of Longmont debt be increased in an amount not to exceed $36,300,000 for the purpose of financing water system improvements, including but not limited to the construction of a water storage reservoir as part of the Windy Gap Firming Project at a participation level not to exceed 10,000 acre-feet; and shall the debt be evidenced by bonds, loan agreements, or other financial obligations payable solely from the City’s water utility enterprise revenues and be issued at one time or in a series at a price above, below or equal to the principal amount of such debt and with such terms and conditions, including provisions for redemption prior to maturity with or without payment of premium, as the City Council may determine?
City of Longmont
Ballot Question 2K
Shall Municipal Judge Robert J. Frick be retained in office for two (2) years?
In addition to Longmont's ballot issues, voters may see National and State candidates for their specific districts and ballot questions/issues, if any, from the State, County, or other local governmental jurisdictions whose boundaries overlap with the City of Longmont. Visit Boulder County's Election website for additional information on ballot content.