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Who can vote in the DDA election?

The organization of a DDA involves a group of electors different than most other elections. The electors qualified to vote in a DDA election are the residents, landowners and lessees WITHIN the boundaries (map) of the proposed DDA. Residents are persons who are United States Citizens and residents of the State of Colorado who reside within the boundaries of the proposed DDA. Landowners and lessees who are persons can also vote, and entities (for example, a LLC or corporation) that are landowners or lessees may vote by designating a person to vote on their behalf. The DDA election follows the “one person/one vote” rule, where even though a person or entity may be qualified to vote in more than one way, a person may only vote once. For example, if an entity owns multiple properties within the DDA, that entity may only cast one vote through a designated person, and any person designated to vote on behalf of an entity may not cast an additional ballot.

How will the DDA election work?

Arapahoe County, on behalf of the City of Littleton, will run the DDA election as a mail-ballot election. Residents who are active registered electors and persons who are landowners within the boundaries of the DDA will automatically receive a ballot in the mail. Other qualified electors will need to request a ballot and, for entities that are qualified electors, prepare a form designating the person to vote on its behalf.


Mail Ballot Requests

Return completed mail ballot request form and designation of elector forms to the Littleton City Clerk’s Office, 2255 W. Berry Ave., Littleton, CO 80120. To help ensure receipt of your ballot in the mail before election day, please return your mail ballot request form as soon as possible, preferably by 5:00 p.m. on October 24, but in any event no later than 5:00 p.m. on October 31, 2022 to have a ballot mailed to you.

Mail Ballot Drop Off

Voted ballots must be returned to Arapahoe County Clerk’s Office, 5334 S. Prince Street, Littleton, CO 80120. Ballots can be returned at the 24-hour ballot drop off box at any time up to 7:00 p.m. on November 8, 2022. Ballots returned to the Littleton City Clerk’s Office will not be counted.


A majority vote of the ballots cast in the election is needed to pass any individual question. Please email us at Littletondda@gmailcom if you have additional questions or need help with the voting process.

Click here for full details on who can vote and example DDA Qualified Elector Scenarios.

Click here for the form to request a mail ballot and here for the form to designate an elector.

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