City Council to consider a Public Display Of Support Of Black Lives And Racial Equity
City Council created the Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) subcommittee
City Council created the Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) subcommittee to gather research and information to inform city council conversation and frame discussions that will come to full council for consideration.
City Council study session with Police Chief Bill Kilpatrick
Golden City Council will talk about Golden's policing philosophy with Police Chief Bill Kilpatrick.
Governor Polis signs Law Enforcement Integrity Act into Law
Governor Polis signs Senate Bill 20-217, the Law Enforcement Integrity Act, into law, increasing accountability and transparency within Colorado’s law enforcement system,
Colorado Legislature passes SB 20-217
Colorado Legislature passes SB 20-217, the Enhance Law Enforcement Integrity Act.
City Council Adopts Resolution 2736 declaring racism a public health crisis.
Golden City Council adopts Resolution 2736 declaring racism a public health crisis.
Police Department Policies, Procedures & Training page published
Current Golden Police Department policies, procedures and training are published online for review and feedback from the community.
Mayor speaks at Golden United Vigil and March for Black Lives
Golden Mayor Laura Weinberg addressed the crowd of peaceful protesters at the Vigil and March for Black Lives hosted by Golden United to raise awareness of ongoing racial inequality.
City Council discussion on racism in Golden
City Council held a moment of silence and initial discussion for reviewing city practices and addressing racism in our community during their June 4, 2020 Regular Meeting.
Proclamation Reaffirming Golden’s Continued Commitment to Being a Welcoming and Inclusive Community
Golden has long been a welcoming and inclusive place to live or visit. Almost 70 years ago, our community erected an iconic arch across Washington Avenue to welcome residents and travelers to Golden. Lu Holland, a civic leader and the owner of the Holland House (now the Table Mountain Inn), intended the arch to “proclaim to one and all that they are valuable and precious to us and we’re glad that they are here.”