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The Englewood Recreation Center, Malley Recreation Center, and the Englewood Public Library are temporarily closed.

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The Broken Tee driving range is closed now until further notice due to an electrical issue.

2019 General Municipal Election

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Englewood General Municipal Election
November 5, 2019

Election Guide

The City of Englewood is conducting a mail ballot, coordinated election with Arapahoe County on November 5, 2019.  Voters will elect four Council members: a representative from District 1, District 3, and two At-Large, all for four-year terms. 

All Municipal Elections are nonpartisan.

Members of Council select the Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem from among their members.  The Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem serve in that capacity for a two-year term.


2019 City Council Candidates 

Nomination petitions have been certified by the Englewood City Clerk Stephanie Carlile. 

Candidates that will appear on the November 5th ballot are:
[Ballot position was decided by lot drawing on September 3, 2019]

District 1 – (one position):

Monica Johnson 

Bobby Jennings

Othoniel Sierra

District 3 – (one position):

Joe Anderson

Laurett Barrentine

At Large – (two positions):

Rita Russell

Steve Ward

John Stone

Arapahoe County will mail ballots to all active registered voters beginning October 14th

For your convenience, a 24 hour ballot box is available in front of the Englewood Civic Center located at 1000 Englewood Parkway.  For a listing of Voter Service and Polling Centers or to track your ballot please visit    

Council District Map 

Interactive Council Districts Map

For further information please contact the City Clerk’s office at or 303-762-2430.