Over the past four years as Mayor, Herb has worked tirelessly to keep Westminster moving forward. Together we are creating a…
New Downtown. Using a “block by block” approach, Westminster is delivering on the vision of a unique downtown for its residents. Seven new projects have been approved including workforce housing, an Alamo Draft House, Marczyk Fine Foods and Origin Hotel.
Stronger Economy. Westminster has made great progress creating opportunities to redevelop vacant retail and attract new jobs. One example is the redevelopment of the former Builders Square site located at the northeast corner of Wadsworth Parkway and West 90th Avenue.
Healthier Community. Westminster partnered with St. Anthony North on a new bike share system with 32 bikes and five stations. The city also partnered with the Regional Air Quality Council to purchase four dual-port charging stations that will help reduce harmful air pollutants.
Safer City. For the first time in many years, the Westminster Police Department is fully staffed. The Department is currently conducting a voluntary study of its efficiency and staffing to help us identify future needs so Westminster remains one of the safest cities in the metro area.
Connected Region. Westminster’s first commuter rail station opened in 2016, connecting residents with Union Station, Denver International Airport and 53 light rail stations along RTD's East, Southeast, Southwest, and West corridors. First year ridership on the B Line has doubled over the initial projections.
Bright Future. The mayor’s role extends well beyond officiating at council meetings or other municipal proceedings. Wearing his trademark cowboy hat, Herb has provided thoughtful leadership, built positive relationships, and promoted our city. He is passionate and optimistic about Westminster’s future.