Election & Voting

The City of Greenwood Village is divided into four Districts. Each District is represented by two City Councilmembers that serve two-year terms, along with the Mayor who is elected at-large for a four-year term. City elections are non-partisan, meaning free from party affiliation, political group, bias, or designation.

The City of Greenwood Village holds its regular municipal elections in odd-numbered years on the first Tuesday of November.  

Municipal elections are administered by the City Clerk, under the Village’s Home Rule Charter and the Municipal Code of the City of Greenwood Village.

2023 Municipal Election

The City of Greenwood Village 2023 Municipal Election will be a coordinated election with Arapahoe County by mail ballot. The Village’s Regular Coordinated Municipal Election will be conducted under C.R.S., Title 1, Article 7.5- Mail Ballot Elections. 

Candidate's Petition of Nomination

The nomination petition process is the first step in becoming a candidate for City Council and is spelled out in the City Charter. Nomination petitions will be available in the Office of the City Clerk in person only on July 6, 2023. The petition form consists of the "candidate's consent" and the "acceptance of nomination," the signatures of the petitioners, and the circulator’s affidavit. The "acceptance of nomination" is a sworn statement by the potential candidate that she/he meets the qualifications to be a candidate for City Council, and if legally nominated, will be a candidate in the municipal election.

The nomination petition for each candidate for the Council to be elected from a district shall be signed by at least twenty (20) registered electors from such district. 

The nomination petition for Mayor candidates shall be signed by at least fifty (50) registered electors from the Village.

The Candidate Information Guide is available to download here. (PDF, 2MB)  

The Campaign Finance Information Guide is available to download here. (PDF, .5 MB)  

For additional information or assistance email the City Clerk or call 303-804-4113.

  1. Election Results 
  2. Voter Registration
  3. Campaign Forms

Election Results

Information on Greenwood Village election results can be found at www.arapahoevotes.com.

Historical Election Results prior to 2011 are available from the Village's City Clerk's office upon request.

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