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Governing Firestone

The Town Board of Trustees serves as the governing body for the Town of Firestone, having responsibility for enacting Town ordinances and resolutions, appropriating funds to conduct Town business, appointing members to boards and commissions, and providing direction to Town staff.

As the governing body of the Town of Firestone, the Board of Trustees is comprised of a non-voting mayor and six voting trustees. The mayor serves a two-year term, while trustees serve four-year terms. The board will question, debate and consider the items discussed in a public forum. In addition, as a representative of the community, board members will be required to listen to the public and take decisive action when necessary.

Meetings
  • Regular meetings - second and fourth Wednesday
  • Work sessions - third Wednesday
  • 7 p.m.
  • Firestone Town Hall, 151 Grant Ave., Firestone, CO 80520

Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
Most Recent Agendas | View Archived Agendas and Minutes

Public Hearings
Upcoming Published Public Hearings
Any person may appear at the Public Hearings and be heard regarding the matters under consideration. Copies of the application are on file and available for public inspection in the office of the Town Clerk, 151 Grant Ave., Firestone, CO 80520, during regular business hours or call 303-833-3291.

Members

Firestone Board of Trustees Policy Statement
The Policy Statement provides a comprehensive overview of the mayor and Board of Trustees long-term vision as it relates to the community.

Firestone Legislative Policy Statement

The Legislative Policy Statement statement will provide guidance on the Town’s legislative policy positions and priorities throughout the year and during the legislative session.

Legislative Issues of Interest for Firestone