About Our Town Government Structure
Colorado City uses the council-manager form of government
The Town Council is the governing body of the town, elected by the public. The Town Council consists of seven members including the mayor, who is selected by the council. The council elections are nonpartisan. The mayor and council, as a collegial body, are responsible for setting policy, approving the budget, and determining the tax rate. The council provides legislative direction for the municipality.
The Town Council meetings are generally held once a month on the Monday evening of the second weekend; however, additional meetings may be called and the date and times adjusted based on need. Agendas
The Town manager is responsible for day-to-day administrative operations of the town based on the council’s recommendations. The manager serves as the council’s chief advisor. Managers also serve at the pleasure of the council and are responsible for preparing the budget and directing day-to-day operations.
“Clerk” is one of the longest-standing public service positions in the history of local government. The position of municipal clerk, in one form or another, took form before the advent of writing. Over the course of history, clerks have been known by such titles as scribes, reminders, remembrancers, clerks, “mayors of the palace”, and “clarkes”.
By nature, members of the Office of the Town Clerk love to help and the office operates on that core premise. Clerks’ office is a communication link between our Town Councils, Town Manager, Town departments, and the public. To contact the Clerks office call (928) 875-2646 or email email@example.com.
Forms and Requests
Request for Accommodation
The Clerks office is responsible for the Town’s records. If you need public records of the Town please check the website first and if it is not available on the website fill out the Public Records Request Form and either bring it in, fax 928 875-2778 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The United States District Court for the District of Arizona has held that the City of Hildale and the Town of Colorado City engaged in illegal discrimination on the basis of religion and have violated the Federal Fair Housing Act, the First, Fourth, and Fourteenth Amendments of the United States Constitution, and the provisions of 42 U.S.C §14141. The District Court has ordered the City of Hildale and the Town of Colorado City to make certain changes to the operations of the local government to ensure the City and Town are complying with federal law. You may view and print a copy of that injunction here [Judgment and Decree Granting Injunctive Relief]. [Town of Colorado City press release]