The Official Results Are In: Stephanie Piko is Centennial’s Next Mayor

Centennial’s next mayor is Stephanie Piko. According to a city press release, Piko, a Centennial resident since 2001, has served as the District 4 council member since 2014, and her seat will need to filled by ... Read More

In Blog, Community News on December 13, 2017 by Community Expert Team

Senior-Themed Radio Station Helps Centennial Retirees Stay Engaged

Seniors at a Centennial retirement home are keeping their past alive with their on-site radio station. According to USNews.com, the radio station, called HCRK, for Holly Creek Radio, was started four years ago by resident Dick ... Read More

In Blog, Community News on December 5, 2017 by Community Expert Team

Centennial Startup Putting an End to ‘Awkward Chairlift’ Convos

A Centennial-based startup has designed a chairlift innovation that will “put an end” to awkward conversations amongst unacquainted riders. According to an 5280 article, Alpine Media Technology has designed a multipanel screen setup that can be ... Read More

In Blog, Business on November 28, 2017 by Community Expert Team

Cherry Creek Schools Educational Foundation Awards Grants to Teachers

The educational foundation supporting the Cherry Creek School District, which serves Centennial, has distributed nearly $100,000 in grants. According to the school district, the Cherry Creek Schools Foundation recently awarded more than 100 teachers with 2017-18 ... Read More

In Blog, Schools on November 21, 2017 by Community Expert Team

Centennial’s Annual Holiday Concert Set for Nov. 18

Centennial’s annual holiday concert featuring songs from local school choirs is set for 3-5:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18 at Centennial Center Park Amphitheater. According to the city’s website, participating school choirs include Creekside Elementary, Peabody Elementary, ... Read More

In Blog, Events on November 14, 2017 by Community Expert Team

Centennial Could Get New Emergency Medical Facility

A new medical emergency facility could be coming to Centennial. According to the Centennial Citizen, the city’s planning commission approved plans for a new emergency-room facility at the corner of East Dry Creek Road and South ... Read More

In Blog, Community News on November 8, 2017 by Community Expert Team

City Offers Residents Opportunity to Purchase Quality Trees at Discounted Prices

The newly launched, city-run pilot program is giving Centennial residents the opportunity to buy high quality trees at discounted prices. According to a city release, the Centennial Tree Program encourages tree planting, helps ensure tree diversity, ... Read More

In Blog, Community News on October 30, 2017 by Community Expert Team

Centennial Accepting Applications for Teen Court Judges

The city of Centennial is now accepting applications for youth volunteers to participate in Teen Court panels. According to a city press release, Teen Court is a community-based juvenile intervention/prevention program offering that offers an alternative ... Read More

In Blog, Community News on October 23, 2017 by Community Expert Team

Centennial Joins Colorado Smart Cities Alliance

The City of Centennial recently announced that it is a founding member of the newly formed Colorado Smart Cities Alliance. According to the city release, the new alliance is statewide, multi-jurisdictional collaborative of public, private and ... Read More

In Blog, Community News on October 18, 2017 by Community Expert Team

Centennial Announces 2017 Chalk Art Festival Winners

Despite the rain and cold, the 2017 Centennial Chalk Art festival still drew a great crowd—and attendees still took the time to vote for their favorite artists. According to the City of Centennial, this year’s festival ... Read More

In Blog, Events on October 9, 2017 by Community Expert Team
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