The quality and efficiency of city government is dependent on the competence, efficiency, and dedication of its employees and elected leaders.
In order to manage the city and represent your interests your elected representatives must understand the role of government, how and where its revenue is spent, and the laws that enable and restrict city functions and actions,
The Littleton City Council manages a budget of $88 million and maintains oversight of land development, streets, sewage treatment, storm drainage, police, fire, the court, and general government operations. Littleton also provides certain services to communities outside of the city, and relies on organizations outside the city for some vital services for city residents.
Doug Clark has the experience to oversee the management of the city and represent your interests. In addition to serving 12 years on the City Council he also served 2 terms as mayor, and on the boards of Littleton’s urban renewal authority, the Denver Regional Council of Governments, the Metro Mayors Caucus, and the Urban Drainage and Flood Control District.
Doug Clark is dedicated to controlling spending and keeping taxes and fees low while providing the necessary and appropriate level of government services Littleton’s citizens need and want.
Most important - Doug Clark understands that the power of government resides in the citizens, and his job is to represent those citizens.