Term: 4 Years
Think of Englewood First!Sixty percent of funding for our city comes from sales tax and use tax from businesses located in Englewood, as well as purchases made by our residents. This is one of the things that has helped keep Englewood’s property tax lower than a lot of other cities in the metro area.
The little things can make a big difference in our community. Think about all Englewood has to offer when it is time for you to shop or play. Really, there is very little you don’t have access to right here in Englewood.
Over the past few years many new businesses have invested in our community: restaurants, breweries, distilleries, retail services, veterinarian clinics, medical, bike shops, auto services, car restoration services, and so much more!
The Historical Englewood business district located south of Yale to Hampden has many wonderful places to enjoy dining and meeting friends for a drink. Even shops that will help you enjoy your time spent on the many trails and parks of Englewood.
People don’t often think of “The Hill,” located west of Santa Fe and north of Dartmouth, but this area is a big part of our city and has many services to offer everyone in Englewood, along with employment opportunities.
For the business owners in Englewood, don't forget many of your business needs can be fulfilled in Englewood, and will make your business stronger. We have companies providing everything you need to outfit your business: signage, office supplies, tax services, banking, and printing to promote your business.
What do you get out of Thinking of Englewood First?
You can enjoy a fantastic parks system, a beautiful library full of books and other resources, a recreation center that provides many activities, an award-winning senior recreation center, a vibrant, fun community made for families. This is why we should Think of Englewood First and support the people who support our way of life.
Our community has a bright future ahead of us, and an amazing history we can be proud of.
Think of Englewood First. Shop, Eat, Play, and Learn in Englewood!
Your public servant,
Councilman At-Large, Steven R. Yates