Legislative Affairs, City Manager's Office
State and Federal legislation has wide-ranging impacts on the City of Longmont
and its citizens. The Longmont City Council closely follows a variety of legislative
The Colorado General Assembly meets from January through May each year. When
the Assembly session, this page is regularly updated with information on legislation
in a variety of policy areas to Colorado General Assembly Schedule.
Legislative Policy Positions
The Longmont City Council has adopted the Colorado Municipal League (CML) 2013 - 2014 Policy Statement (PDF, 273 kb) and the City of Longmont Water Principles (PDF, 153 kb) as well as the National League of Cities Federal Policy Statement (PDF, 3.48 MB).
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Click on the link to view this Session's bills as of 2013:
General Municipal Issues
Click here to view more information about federal issues on the National League of Cities site
Send comments about specific legislation to City of Longmont staff: Sandra Seader, Assistant City Manager.
Contact your Council Member
Do your own research:
How the Federal Economic Stimulus Bill helped Longmont - The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009 provided great opportunity to Longmont as the City received stimulus funds for critical City programs.