Active Adult Center
If you are age 62 or older, you are invited to spend time at the Active Adult Center. We offer educational and recreational programs, fitness classes, special events, trips, outdoor programs, health screenings and a fabulous daily meal program!
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.
South Thornton Revitalization Subarea Plan (STaR)
The Thornton Revitalization Advisory Board (TRAB) and the City Development Department completed a revitalization planning process focused on invigorating the southern portion of Thornton.
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 Arts, Sciences and Humanities Council
The Thornton Arts, Sciences and Humanities Council (TASHCO) is a 501(c)(3) organization that promotes cultural, historical and scientific activities in the city of Thornton.
Thornton Business - Economic Development
Thornton has over 1,400 acres of greenfield sites ready for development. With over $375 million in quality development opened in 2018 along the I-25 corridor, the city is experiencing unprecedented growth.
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).
There are twenty-five major parks and sports facilities, plus innumerable smaller parks, water detention and open space areas in the city of Thornton, providing plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation and relaxation for residents and visitors.
Thornton Police Department Recruitment
It is our mission is to protect and serve our community. This is more than just a slogan for us, it is our primary objective and reason for existing. We are here to help our citizens and work together to improve our community
Thornton Preschool Program
Children can enter Thornton's Preschool Program at any of the age-levels as each age-level is developmentally appropriate for the designated age group. The curriculum is aligned with the Colorado Early Learning and Development Guidelines (ELDG).
Thornton Streets Division
The Streets Division is responsible for maintaining Thornton's streets and drainage systems, as well as providing snow removal and street sweeping services. Our primary goal is to minimize road hazards and ensure safe public transit.
Thornton Urban Center Study
This plan covers an area generally between I-25 and Washington Street, and provides guidance to help it develop in a way that is more sustainable, provide a framework for a greater mix of uses, and help integrate alternative forms of transportation.
Thornton Youth and Teen Volunteer Corps
This summer volunteer program is designed to cultivate responsibility in Thornton youths, ages 11-18. Volunteers have volunteered at nursing homes, park clean-ups, trail building and special events.
Thornton's Citizen Police Academy Application
Use this application to apply for Thornton's Citizen Police Academy.
Thornton's Utility Billing Registration Information
Thornton’s utility billing customer payment portal registration information.
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.