Stephanie Troller, Community Development Specialist - Economic Development
Andy Hill has worked for the Colorado Department of Local Affairs for fifteen years, currently as the director of the Community Development Office. After having worked in both Denver and the Grand Junction field office, she has a strong appreciation for the unique and collaborative solutions communities develop to address land use, transportation, economic development, affordable housing, public health and energy. Andy has a master's in public administration from the University of Colorado at Denver, and is a member of the Colorado Chapter of the American Planning Association. She enjoys backpacking, lake kayaking, and spending time with her family.
Marc Cittone is a Main Street Specialist with the Community Development Office. An eleven-year resident of Colorado, Marc worked in municipal planning in Colorado communities for over six years, focusing on comprehensive downtown revitalization, land use, zoning and affordable housing, as well as serving as historic preservation planner and securing or managing grants for housing, historic rehabilitation, and planning for active living. Marc also has experience in community outreach and open space issues. He holds an MA in Public Policy from the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he spent time researching stakeholder-based watershed planning in Colorado's mining-impacted communities. He is a member of the American and Colorado Planning Associations. Marc enjoys cycling, boating, camping and visiting Colorado's historic communities.
Anne Miller is a Senior Planner with the Community Development Office. Anne has over 20 years of community development experience in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. She has worked with communities in Colorado and across the nation to develop long-range plans to promote healthy, livable communities with a focus on parks, recreation, open space, and trails. Her strengths are group facilitation, project management, community planning, and organizational development. Anne has a Master's of Urban Planning and Policy degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She is an active member of the American Planning Association and the American Institute of Certified Planners. Anne likes to travel, be active in the great outdoors, and relax with family and friends.
Tim Stroh is a Main Street Architect with the Community Development Office focusing on design and the Colorado Main Street Program. He has over 14 years of experience working on historic preservation projects throughout rural Colorado. His background includes providing practical education about design, preservation techniques, incentives and benefits, and guideline standards. Tim received his Bachelor's in Environmental Design and Master's of Architecture from Montana State University iin Bozeman, Montana. He is a registered architect in Colorado and Montana as well as an active member with the Colorado American Institute of Architects. Tim enjoys long distance motorcycle touring, stained glass, and rock hounding.
Stephanie Troller is the Colorado Main Street Coordinator and focuses on economic development. Stephanie has been with the Department of Local Affairs for four years and has over 10 years experience in community and economic development. Her experience includes business retention and recruitment, planning and implementation, housing, project management, and working with rural communities. Stephanie holds her Bachelor's degree in International Business from New Mexico State University and is currently working to become a Certified Economic Developer (CEcD). Stephanie enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.
Community Development Office (CDO)
1313 Sherman Street, Room 521
Denver, CO 80203
Andy Hill, CDO Program Manager
Marc Cittone, AICP, Main Street Specialist
Anne Miller, AICP, Senior Planner
Tim Stroh, AIA, Main Street Architect
Stephanie Troller, Main Street Coordinator, Economic Development Specialist