The League of Women Voters encourages informed and active participation in government and influences public policy through education and advocacy. We are a non-partisan organization open
to everyone aged 16 or older, both women and men.
The League was founded in 1920 as the outgrowth of the 72-year long struggle to win voting rights for women in the United States.
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LWV of Estes Park
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FOR INFORMATION ON LWV POSTIONS ON BALLOT ISSUES GO TO NEWS
The Estes Park League of Women Voters usually meets the fourth Wednesday of each month from 10:00 AM until noon, September through May. Specific meeting dates can be found in the most recent League Lines, found under the 'Documents' link in the menu to the right and are also published in the Estes Park Trail Gazette and Estes Park News.
If you have specific questions or require additional information about the meetings, email us at the email address above.
"Flood, Fires, and Climate Change" - What will be the economic and societal impact for Estes Park, RMNP and our State?
Speaker: Jeff Lukas, Senior Associate Scientist with the Western Water Assessment at the University of Colorado Boulder
Time: 10 am - 12 pm
Location: Presbyterian Community Church of the Rockies
"Land Use & Planning in the Estes Valley"
Speakers: Randy Hunt, Community Development Director and Frank Lancaster, Town Administrator
Tine: 10am - 12pm
Location: Estes Valley Library
Celebrate Silence and Sounds in Rocky Mountain National Park
On July 18th, 2015 Rocky Mountain National Park and the League of Women Voters of Estes Park rededicated the passage of federal legislation that banned commercial sightseeing overflights of the Park. Watch this video to learn more about the ban and how our chapter championed this unprecedented protection of the natural ambiance of Rocky.
Did you know...
The League of Women Voters is a dynamic force for change in Estes Park? In Colorado? In the nation?
The LWV is a non-partisan political organization that influences public policy through education and advocacy?
The LWV neither supports nor opposes candidates or political parties. It does take action on selected governmental issues, but only after study and consensus by League members.
Action is implemented by informational publications and programs, position statements and lobbying.
LWV in Colorado works for you:
Water and Air Quality
Children and Family Issues
VOTE NOVEMBER 6!
Ballots were mailed beginning October 15. Be sure to complete your ballot and return it so that it is received by 7 p.m. on Election Day, November 6. You can mail it in (allowing for mail transit time), drop it in the Ballot Drop Box located on Brodie Avenue, or deliver it in person beginning October 22 at the Town Hall Voting Service and Polling Center. Vote!
Colorado Voters Have Questions. Colorado Secretary of State Has Answers. Click below.
LWV - Estes Park Board Members:
Voter Services..... Jean McGuire
Program Chair......Colleen Ellingson
Recycling.............Recycling Chair - non-Board and non-League member Howard Lauren, Board Liason - Joanie Crockett
LWV - Contact Information:
League of Women Voters of Estes Park
P. O Box 564
Estes Park, CO 80517
P.O. Box 564
Estes Park, CO 80517