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Cherry Hills Village has a Council/Manager form of government.
Citizens elect a City Council consisting of the Mayor, who is elected at-large, and 6 City Council members, one from each of the City's six districts. They set the policies for the operation of the City government.
The Council appoints the City Manager with administrative responsibility to carry out the Council's policies and day-to-day operations of the City.
View Rules of Procedure (PDF).
Learn what district you live in by viewing District Map (PDF).
Regular Cherry Hills Village City Council meetings are held at 6:30 p.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of each month, except for July and December. There is only one regular meeting in July, on the third Tuesday of the month. There is only one regular meeting in December, on the second Wednesday of the month. Meetings are held to receive citizen input and to take action on proposed legislation. Roberts Rules of Order are used as procedural guidelines. Meetings are open to the public and there is an Audience Participation Period at the beginning of each meeting during which public comments are welcome. Speakers are limited to 5 minutes each. Meeting agendas are posted on the notice board in front of the Village Center. For more information, view City Council Agendas.
Regular meetings and Study Sessions are held in the City Council Chambers at:Village Center2450 E Quincy AvenueCherry Hills Village, CO 80113
City Council Study Sessions are held only when called by the Mayor, City Council, or City staff. Study sessions are usually held prior to or following the regularly scheduled City Council meetings to review complex matters, but may also be held independent of regular meetings. The public is welcome to attend the study sessions, but unlike regular council meetings, public comment is not taken. Meeting times and locations may change on occasion, please check the latest agenda or call the City Clerk's office at 303-783-2732 to confirm.
The public has the opportunity to speak at regular City Council meetings. For items not on the agenda, there is an Audience Participation period at the beginning of the meeting. If the item is the subject of a Public Hearing then public comments will be heard during the designated Public Hearing time.
Thank you in advance for attending City Council meetings, expressing your opinions and observing Cherry Hills Village city government in action. If you have any questions, please contact the City Clerk's office at 303-783-2732.
For more information, view Public Participation.
On the agenda you will see "council bills" and "resolutions".
Resolutions appear once before the City Council and are generally items of routine nature such as policies, purchases, contracts, appointments or the expression of a position that the City will take on an issue. To learn more, view Resolutions.
Ordinances are a legislative action by the City Council and are a result of the approval of Council Bills which require two readings as prescribed in the Cherry Hills Village City Charter. For more information, view Ordinances and Cherry Hills Village Municipal Code.
Send correspondence for the Mayor, Council members or City Manager to:
Cherry Hills Village
2450 E Quincy Ave.
Cherry Hills Village, CO 80113
Mayor/Council Administrative Assistant telephone: 303-783-2732
City Manager's Office telephone: 303-783-2729
Reach Council members at their individual phone numbers or email addresses by viewing Staff Directory.
There is no residency requirement for City of Cherry Hills Village positions.
Applicants sending in resumes without a completed application will not be considered for employment until we have received a completed City application. Applications should be filled out completely and the words “See Resume” should not be used on the past employment section.
Interviews, which are generally conducted by a panel of City representatives, are usually scheduled about two to three weeks following the application closing date. For police positions, the total hiring process can take as long as two to three months. For non-police positions, the total hiring process usually takes one to two months.
For certain positions, job-related testing may occur in order to ensure an applicant’s skills. For example, an applicant for a clerical position must successfully complete a clerical exercise before a job offer can be made.
For regular year-round positions, a final candidate must first successfully complete a series of background screens, which may include a criminal check, a DMV driving check, a credit check, a polygraph exam, a psychological exam (for sworn police candidates only), a drug screen, and a physical exam.
The City retains solicited job applications for two years. We do not retain unsolicited job applications or resumes.
The City makes its best effort to notify all applicants of job status. However, due to the volume of applicants we receive for each open position, we are sometimes unable to notify every applicant who is not being considered for employment. However, the City does keep all interviewed candidates abreast of job status.
You will need to check in with the Bailiff. She will give you a written copy of your Advisements of Rights. You will meet with the Prosecuting Attorney to discuss the charge against you, and after that the Judge will call each person to the podium individually in the order you checked in with the Bailiff.
We are not allowed to give legal advice. If you would like to speak to an attorney, you can ask the Judge for a continuance and come back at a later date.
Visit the Lexis Nexus website to obtain a copy of an accident report.
Yes. The Municipal Court Clerk will schedule your trial and give you written notice on when to return. It is your responsibility to be sure you have all your witnesses available on the day of your trial.
We would prefer that children not be brought to court. If you do need to bring them, they must remain quiet.
Jury trials are only granted if the charge you’ve been given has jail time associated with it. All jury requests must be submitted in writing and accompanied by a $25 jury fee.
It depends on when you check in with the Bailiff, but generally it will last between 1 1/2 to 2 hours.
The fine is determined by the Judge based on your charge and driving record.
Cash, money orders, checks, and all major credit / debit cards are acceptable forms of payment.
If you cannot pay your fine, you can ask the Judge to grant an extension. If an extension is granted, you will work with the Municipal Court Clerk on an acceptable payment plan.
Depending on the charge, the Court may issue a bench warrant for your arrest and / or your driving privileges may be suspended. If a warrant is issued, you will be responsible for paying the additional warrant fees along with your fine before the warrant will be cancelled.
No, neither the police department nor animal control can remove animals from your property. Please contact a private company.
Please contact the police department at 303-761-8711 during office hours, or dispatch anytime at 303-795-4711, to determine if there are any police holds on your vehicle. If your vehicle is able to be released, please visit the police department at any time to complete the paperwork. Be sure to bring your ID and proof of ownership, such as the registration. The police department can release the vehicle only to an individual whose name is listed on the vehicle registration.
For more information, contact the Police Department.
First, please contact our main office at 303-761-8711 to make sure that the report has been completed. Then, visit Lexis Nexis Reports to get a copy of the accident report. There will be a small fee for each report requested.
No, the traffic accident report only includes the name of the insurance company, the policy number, and the policy expiration date.
The Crier is published every month. Residents typically receive their issue by the third week of every month.
Please send any announcements or articles to:The Crier2450 E Quincy AvenueCherry Hills Village, CO 80113
Articles and pictures can be sent by email. Articles will be reviewed by The Crier committee prior to publication.
As a government sponsored entity, The Crier publishes factual information only.
Please visit the Village Crier Archives.
The Crier is sent to all the households in Cherry Hills Village – about 2,100 homes.
Please contact Jessica Sager at 303-783-2730 or by email.
Ads must be limited to 40 words (or less) phone numbers and email addresses count as one word each. Ads are generally placed in alphabetical order using the first word in the ad.
The rates for resident classified advertising are as follows:
$25 per single issue$250 for the entire year (this includes 2 free issues)
Please write a check to The Village Crier; mail or drop off at the Village Center Crier mailbox (to the right outside the Municipal Center door). Please include your ad with the check.
The Crier2450 E Quincy AvenueCherry Hills Village, CO 80113
The rates for non-resident advertising are as follows:$45 per single issue$450 for the entire year (this includes 2 free issues)Please write a check to The Village Crier; mail or drop off at the Village Center Crier mailbox (to the right outside the Municipal Center door). Please include your ad with the check. The Crier2450 E Quincy AvenueCherry Hills Village, CO 80113
You can pay for your ad over the phone by calling Jessica Sager at 303-783-2730. Jessica's normal office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. You can also email your ad copy.
Please contact Jessica Sager at 303-783-2730. Retail ads are strictly limited to events within the Cherry Hills Village City limits and are approved on a case by case basis.