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Election Information
Firestone municipal elections are those that focus on local issues votesuch as election of the mayor and Board of Trustees, citizen-initiated petition questions and other issues that only effect the residents of Firestone. The Board of Trustees may call a special election at any time, but regular municipal elections take place in April of even-numbered years.

For more information, contact the Town Clerk at 303-531-6264 or by email .

Coordinated Elections
From time to time, the Town may participate in coordinated elections held by Weld County. These elections take place in November of any given year. To find out more about voting locations, important dates or to check your voter registration information for coordinated elections, contact the Weld County Clerk and Recorder.

Weld County Clerk & Recorder
1401 North 17th Ave., Greeley, CO 80631
Ph: 970-304-6525 X 3070

Colorado Election Information

Voter Registration

Online: Register to vote online at www.govotecolorado.com
In Person: Register in person at the Weld County Election Office, 1401 N. 17th Ave., Greeley, CO 80631, or any designated Voter Service and Polling Location up to and including Election Day.

Already Registered?

To register to vote in this election you must:
  • Be a United States citizen.
  • Be 18 years old on or before the date of the election.

Voter Services/Polling Centers

  • Weld County Election Office - 1402 N. 17th Ave., Greeley, CO 80631, 970-353-3840
  • Southwest Weld Office - 4209 County Road 24 ½, Longmont, CO 80504, 720-652-4200

Governing Body
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 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. The mayor is elected for two-year terms, while trustees are elected for four-year staggered terms.

Council-Manager Government
The Board of Trustees represents the community and is tasked with developing a long-range vision for its future. Their role is to establish policies that affect the overall operation of the community, as well as listen to residents’ needs and ideas. The council-manager form of government is designed to promote effective management with a transparent, responsive and accountable structure.

Keeping that in mind, the council-manager style of government has the following effects according to the International City/County Management Association’s (ICMA) Council-Manager Form of Government informational brochure:
  • Political power is concentrated in the entire governing body. The mayor and board of trustees share legislative functions.
  • Policy making residents with elected officials, while oversight of the day-to-day operations of the community resides with the manager and team. In this way, the elected officials are free to devote time to policy planning and development.
  • The manager carries out the policies established by the board of trustees with the emphasis on effective, efficient and equitable service delivery.

Political Sign Code

According to the Firestone Municipal Code, Section 17.31.030(N), election/campaign signs do not require a permit as long as they are located on private property and provided that:
  • The size and location of those signs do not create a hazard for automobile or pedestrian traffic or public nuisance, and
  • All such signs are removed within one week after the elections to which they relate









Carissa Medina
Town Clerk
cmedina@firestoneco.gov
Ph: 303-531-6264

Danielle Toberman
Administrative Specialist/Clerk Pro Tem
dtoberman@firestoneco.gov
Ph: 303-531-6267

151 Grant Ave.
Firestone, CO 80520

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 100
Firestone, CO 80520

Fx: 303-833-4863