Centennial City Council Continues to Meet Virtually
While City facilities have been closed to help stop the spread of the coronavirus, City Council Members continue to conduct business virtually while ‘at home’ orders are in place. Go to the City’s website to view agendas for upcoming meetings or join meetings online. Residents and business owners can also speak to Mayor Stephanie Piko during virtual Meet the Mayor meetings every Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. Fill out this form to sign up.
Use the Hashtag #WeAreOneCentennial to Share Stories or Photos of Good Deeds in Your Area
During difficult times, it's important to remember that communities tend to step up to challenges in a variety of ways. We have seen uplifting stories in the news and on social media of people helping people and businesses helping businesses. The City is encouraging residents and business owners to tell their own positive stories from their area by using the hashtag #WeAreOneCentennial. Our plan is to share these on our social media channels in the hopes of inspiring others to do similar good deeds.
Think Local, Support Local. See Which Restaurants Are Still Offering Delivery and Carry Out
Local restaurants and bars are owned and operated by your neighbors. Help show you care about the well-being of your community during this difficult time by purchasing from the local Centennial businesses listed on the City's Think Local web page.
Get Regular Updates on Centennial’s Business Community
Read local business news, learn about resources for businesses, keep up with economic development efforts, and much more through the free Centennial Business Monthly e-Newsletter. Sign up for this and other e-newsletters at centennialco.gov/notifications.