The Town of Jamestown is located in Boulder County, Colorado, 12 miles northwest of the City of Boulder. It was incorporated in 1883, after gold was discovered near Jim Creek in the 1870s. The Town has a population of approximately 300 people. Within our Town is Jamestown Elementary School, one of the few remaining “one-room” schools in the country; the Jamestown Mercantile (presenting live music Mon, Thurs-Sat nights); and the Jamestown Community Church.
Jamestown experienced a significant flood event on September 11, 2013 that lasted for three days. Since the flood, we have been working diligently toward the Town’s recovery. Please visit here to learn how Jamestown is becoming stronger and more resilient than ever before.
BOARD MEETINGS ARE THE 1ST MONDAY OF THE MONTH at 7:00 p.m. at the TOWN HALL.
(unless the date falls on a holiday, then it will be the following Monday)
All residents are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Board packets will be published no later than 24 hours before the meeting.
For the Current Board Meeting packet, click here
*Note: The board packet materials are subject to changes/additions as they occur
PUBLIC NOTICE OF THE 2018 TOWN OF JAMESTOWN REGULAR MAIL BALLOT ELECTION
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Town of Jamestown held its election. Below are the results of the election.
Kenneth Lenarcic – 89 Votes
Julie Constantine-Kohlhaas – 70 Votes
Michael Box – 129 Votes
Joseph Brancato – 120 Votes
Chad Alan Droste – 133 Votes
Scott Golden – 129 Votes
Vic Harris – 142 Votes
Jennifer Lucas – 91 Votes
Heather Yahnke – 131 Votes
- 214 Ballots were mailed.
- 160 were received and counted
That gives the town a 74% Response Rate!
THANKS TO THIS COMMUNITY FOR AN INCREDIBLE VOTER TURN-OUT!
A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL THE CANDIDATES, ELECTION JUDGES AND ELECTION DESIGNEE!
Designated Election Official/Town Clerk