Ballots for Glenwood Springs’ April election are in the mail Monday. Nearly half the seats on City Council are up for grabs, including the mayor’s seat.
Mike Gamba, the current mayor, is term-limited. Once elected, the new council will choose his replacement from among themselves.
The Ward 3 and at-large seats are contested by three candidates each.
Gamba is vacating the Ward 4 seat, and Paula Stepp, running unopposed, is looking to fill it. She's the Democratic candidate who, this past fall, tried to unseat Tom Jankovsky from the Garfield Board of County Commissioners.
Write-in candidates need to present a nominating petition to the City Clerk’s office no later than Wednesday to be considered.
Ballots are due by April 2.