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About Lauren

The past four years have been the best adventure of my life. It has been my honor to bring constituent-oriented, representation-focused, positive leadership to the Arvada City Council. And I am seeking re-election to continue being that voice prioritizing Arvadans, leading with inclusivity, and fostering collaboration to deliver solutions for current and future generations.

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I not only intend to keep Arvada a place where I want to raise my daughter, but also a place where my daughter will want to raise her daughter.

Lauren Simpson

My goal in this race isn't the proverbial "stepping stone." I am committed to this job, this term, this city. Arvada is exactly where my focus should be and where it will remain.

Lauren Simpson

The problem with politics is that everyone thinks in election cycle terms. My goal is to help change that locally. Arvada doesn’t need to be thinking in four-year terms. We need to be thinking in forty-year terms. Our future is built today by the investments we make in ourselves.

Lauren Simpson

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Olde Town Arvada Water Tower lit in blue and yellow in solidarity with Ukraine

As seen in the Arvada Press:

"I thought that lighting the water tower blue and yellow for Ukraine would be appropriate. We have a lot of Eastern European immigrants in this community and people with ties to Ukraine and Russia, and truth is, a lot of those people are in pain right now," Simpson said… "Putin will never see the water tower lit up, but members of our community will see that; they’re going to see that the community stands with them. In our tiny little corner of the world, we stand up for what’s right."

Arvada nonprofit Hope, Community and Connection set to host second annual back-to-school drive

As seen in the Arvada Press:

HCC has partnered with Simpson, State Representative Lindsey Daugherty, the Arvada Jefferson Kiwanis Club and the Action Center for the drive. The goal of the fundraiser is to provide 100 students in need with a fully stocked backpack and a shopping experience for new clothes and shoes, as well as to donate school supplies to JeffCo Public School teachers.

City of Arvada purchases property for potential Jefferson County housing navigation center

As seen in the Arvada Press:

“I realize to the public something like this can send up red flags. You say a ‘navigation center,’ you say, ‘homeless services.’ For many that will conjure up wonderful images; for others that might conjure something scary. And I want to assure the public at this point in time that this is my district and I’ve already driven around it; I’ve already looked at this,” Simpson said.

“This is a good site that would be able to provide opportunities to people. It’s not buried inside an existing historical neighborhood. It is walkable to job opportunities that could train people. We are not looking at the kind of situation where we could be seeing tent cities in Arvada… If we’re going to do this, Arvada, we’re going to do it right. We’re going to help people, but we’re going to help them the right way and we’re not going to bring danger to Arvada.”

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