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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 issues.

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).

IMPORTANT: You must have the Adobe's FREE Acrobat Reader on your system prior to selecting the Policy Statement or any one of the other documents available for download in order to be able to view this or any other *.pdf file.

LEGISLATIVE TRACKING

Click on the link to view this Session's bills as of 2013:

Updated: 05/13/14

General Municipal Issues

Water Issues

 

Click here to view more information about federal issues on the National League of Cities site

COMMUNICATION

Contacts:

Send comments about specific legislation to City of Longmont staff: Sandra Seader, Assistant City Manager.

Contact your Council Member


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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.

 

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