Election Information - Special Municipal Election - February 3, 2015:

Unofficial Results:

Yes: 1652

No: 136

Total Votes: 1,788

News Release: Voters pass advanced telecommunications initiative

On November 25, 2014, the Town Board of Trustees approved Resolution #33-14 which set a Special Municipal Election on February 3, 2015, for the purpose of submitting to the electors of the Town a ballot question on whether or not the Town shall have the right to provide all services restricted since 2005 by Article 27 of Title 29 of the Colorado Revised Statutes described as "advanced services," "telecommunications services" and "cable television services". 

See important Citizen Information and review 2015 Special Election Dates and Deadlines pertaining to the election.

Electors may request that a mail ballot be sent to an address other than the mailing address on their voter registration card by completing and submitting an Alternate Address Application to the Town Clerk.

Special Election - February 3, 2015 - Ballot Question:
Without increasing taxes, shall the Town of Estes Park reestablish the Town's right to provide all services restricted since 2005 by Title 29, Article 27 of the Colorado Revised Statutes, described as "advanced services," "telecommunications services" and "cable television services," including any new and improved high bandwidth services based on future technologies, utilizing community owned infrastructure including, but not limited to the existing fiber optic network, either directly or indirectly with public or private sector partners to potential subscribers that may include telecommunications service providers, residential or commercial users within the Town and the service area of the Town's light and power enterprise?


The Town Clerk is the Designated Election Official for all Regular and Special Municipal Elections.  Regular Municipal Elections are held on the first Tuesday in April of even-numbered years to elect members to the Board of Trustees, and bring forward local ballot questions, when necessary.  Candidates for the office of Town Trustee and Mayor for the Town of Estes Park must:

• be a United States Citizen
• be at least 18 years of age
• be a qualified voter in the Town of Estes Park for at least one year prior to the election date.
The Town is not responsible for Special District elections, General Elections, or elections coordinated with the County in November.