Community Meetings

Thornton residents are invited to visit with Thornton City Council Members and city staff at these fun and engaging, social community gatherings. We encourage residents to come with questions or concerns they may have as a resident of our great city. While at the meeting, enjoy a bite to eat, while engaging with friends and neighbors.

Thursday, August 8  •  6-7:30 p.m. 
Community Connections, 9471 Dorothy Blvd.  

Upcoming Meetings:

  • Thursday, November 21  •  6-7:30 p.m.  •  Trail Winds Recreation Center, 13495 Holly St.

Why attend a Thornton Community Meeting?

A community meeting is the perfect setting to exchange ideas and information. These casual-setting meetings bring together a variety of viewpoints resulting in real opportunities for residents to affect plans and create the positive change they want to see in our community. So come to the next Thornton Community Meeting and be a part of the process, because your voice matters.

Meet your City Council members face-to-face

These meetings provide a great opportunity to ask questions, and to inform your Council Members of what's important to you!

Find out what's coming to your neighborhood

Thornton is constantly changing, upgrading, and growing! Attending city meetings will provide you with deeper insight into the workings of local government, including how proposals move down Thornton's project-pipeline-of-progress and how the various departments accomplish their projects, from small to big. You'll also get a better understanding of Thornton services and resources and the departments that offer them.

​Community Meeting Senior & Accessible Transportation

Pick Up TimePick Up LocationAddressReturn Time
4:55 p.m.​Crossing Pointe North Apartments4220 E. 104th Ave.8:20 p.m.
5:15 p.m.Orchard Hills Apartments1353 W. 88th Ave.8:05 p.m.
5:35 p.m.Community Connections9471 Dorothy Blvd.7:50 p.m.

Participating City Of Thornton Departments

  • City Council
  • City Development
  • Communications
  • Economic Development
  • Finance
  • Fire
  • Human Resources
  • Infrastructure
  • Parks, Recreation, and Community Programs
  • Police