Agendas & Minutes
View City of Grand Junction government meeting agendas and minutes.
Boards & Commissions
The City of Grand Junction has 18 boards, committees, commissions and authorities on which over 100 citizens serve.
The City Attorney's Office provides legal advice to the City Council, staff, and boards and commissions for the benefit of the citizens of the City of Grand Junction.
The City Clerk's Office primary functions are to prepare for and staff City Council meetings, maintain the City's official records, the City's Code of Ordinances, conduct municipal elections, process and issue liquor licenses, process record requests, and coordinate the City's Board and Commission program.
The City Council are elected by the citizens of Grand Junction to make policy decisions and laws, similar to a board of directors in a private company.
The City Manager provides administrative leadership for the City government organization, directs and coordinates all City services, presents information and recommendations to the Council, and implements policies and goals set by the City Council.
Departments & Divisions
Get information regarding the departments dedicated to keeping the community moving.
Learn about the community's public records, city council, municipal code and more.