Capital Improvement Projects
The city's Capital Improvement Program (CIP) provides for cost-effective design and construction of capital projects that provide an enhancement to the quality of life for citizens or results in the reduction of the cost for ongoing maintenance.
The City Clerk’s office handles the coordination of City Council meeting documentation, Board and Commission Applications, City Elections, Liquor Licensing, and Passport Applications. The City Clerk is also responsible for maintaining City Records.
In compliance with provisions of the Colorado Water Quality Control Act and the Colorado Discharge Permit Regulations; the City of Thornton is required to obtain a permit, which authorizes the City to discharge stormwater.
Thornton Home & Business Security Cam Registry
A voluntary community security camera sharing program.
Thornton Infrastructure Engineering
The City of Thornton, through its Engineering Services Division, is responsible for overseeing capital improvements, the City's GIS system, surveying and for maintaining the City's National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES).
In Thornton, the City Clerk’s Office is a U.S. Department of State designated Passport Application Acceptance Facility. U.S. citizens planning international travel may apply for passports at the office, located at City Hall, 9500 Civic Center Drive.