About Councilwoman Robb

Councilwoman Jeanne Robb
Jeanne Robb,
Council District 10

Councilwoman Robb is the chair of Council's Land Use, Transportation, and Infrastructure committee and is a member of Council's Government and Finance committee, and Special Issues committee: National Western Stock Show and Redistricting.
She has served as chairperson of Blueprint Denver – the Council’s land use committee. She was instrumental in the creation of Main Street Zoning, the Colorado Colfax Marathon, new drive-through restaurant regulations, tighter panhandling ordinances, demolition review of potentially historic structures, and the Justice Center design and public process. For her work, she has been recognized with the Molly Brown Award from Historic Denver and the Woman of Vision award from the Commercial Real Estate Women.
Before serving on Council, Jeanne Robb served as a neighborhood president, chair of the Cherry Creek Steering Committee, president of the Temple Events Center Uptown board, and on the boards of Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods, Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation, and the Denver Health Foundation. Years of civic involvement have fueled her passion for city life and the quality of our urban environment. She believes Denver must preserve and further maintain our urban legacies, including our close-in residential neighborhoods as well as our parks and parkways. She is an advocate for good urban design, great streets, wide sidewalks, and public spaces like Fillmore Plaza and Civic Center Park.
A resident of Denver’s District 10 for over 25 years, Jeanne Robb was elected to City Council in 2003. She joined the Council with a passion for Denver’s neighborhoods and our built environment. She brings a wide range of knowledge about city issues and processes.
While serving on City Council is her first experience as an elected official, she’s been at it for a while now!
For ten years (1980 – 1990) Jeanne ran her own business as a writing consultant and instructor. Despite her momentous achievements, Robb is proudest that she raised three great kids – two of whom live in Denver and one who recently moved to Florida.

Council Committee Meetings

Denver City Council members serve on several different committees, each concerned with various areas of City government. Committees meet regularly to discuss and prepare proposed laws. For the latest information about Denver City Council committee meetings, full council meetings, and agendas, visit the Denver City Council Meetings page.

Councilwoman Jeanne Robb serves on the following committees:

Meeting Times

Meets Tuesdays at 1:30 p.m.

Areas of Responsibility and Oversight

  • Public health
  • Public safety and security
  • Education and youth programs and policies
  • Senior services and programs
  • Libraries and recreational programs and policies
  • Municipal justice system
  • Public housing, human services, and social assistance programs

Meeting Times

Meets Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m.

Areas of Responsibility and Oversight

  • Zoning and other land-use decisions and planning
  • Public buildings, parks, and transportation planning, programs, and policy
  • Streets, utilities, and other physical infrastructure

  • National Western Stock Show Committee


    Meeting Times

    The committee meets the 3rd Monday of every month.

    Areas of Responsibility and Oversight

    The committee will address issues associated with the National Western Stock Show.


  • Amendment 64


    Meeting Times

    Meets the 2nd Monday of each month at 3:30 P.M. in Room 391 of the City & County Building (1437 Bannock Street Denver, CO 80202).

    Areas of Responsibility and Oversight

    The committee will discuss issues related to the implementation of Amendment 64 passed by the voters in the November 2012 election regarding recreational use and retail of Marijuana.

Learn more about other council committees.

Around the District

Beginning  March 13th of 2014, Councilwoman Robb will be hosting office hours at Novo Coffee every Thursday from 10am - 12 pm. 

Look for her sign and stop by!

**Note: District Office Hour Locations WILL CHANGE PERIODICALLY to continue to support local businesses so please pay attention to reminder emails, the website and E-Talk. Occasionally the councilwoman will not be available. Please call the office or refer to the newsletter to confirm the location of office hours.

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