Council consists of nine elected members, including the mayor, mayor pro tem and seven other at-large council members.
The City Manager's Office oversees city operations and provides professional leadership in the administration and execution of city policy as established by council.
From providing clean drinking water to keeping the public safe, departments and divisions are responsible for city services and operations.
Volunteers appointed to serve on an advisory board help council examine issues and policies on a range of topics.
Get Involved in Local Government
In Boulder, we know that local government works best when the community participates. Here are some of the ways to get involved:
- Join a public meeting
- Share input on city projects online
- Volunteer with the city
- Serve on an advisory board
- Build community in your neighborhood
About the City
Tucked into a picturesque valley below the iconic Flatirons, Boulder is an incredible place to live, work and play. The City of Boulder municipal government has served the Boulder community since 1871.
- About Boulder
- City vision and values
- City goals and progress
- Job openings
- Boulder demographics