I believe that strong communities lead to a stronger, and better, Fort Collins. Every decision the government makes affects people and I believe that people are the main benefactors and contributors of our community and our government should focus on people before issues. I believe in working together with every facet of Fort Collins — local businesses, schools, families and individuals — to provide a sense of community that people love to live in and will love to live in for years to come. I look forward to the possibility of doing these very things and more if elected to represent District 2 on the Fort Collins City Council.

Key Endorsements and Supports

Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce

Ray Martinez, District 2 Incumbent and Former Fort Collins Mayor

Citizens for a Sustainable Economy

Northern Colorado Fraternal Order of Police

Northern Colorado Home Builders Association

Numerous notable former/current councilman, representatives, and organizations


I’d love to meet you and get a chance to hear about what is important to you about our district. I’m working hard to get additional events set up around town so that we can connect before the election, but I hope to see you at one of the events below!

Beers & Ballots: Fort Collins Election Open House
Thursday, March 21
6-8 p.m.
CSU Alumni Association (701 W. Pitkin Ave)
The Coloradoan and CSU are hosting this open house where you can come and meet Noah as well as other candidates. The event will be set up "job fair" style. Candidates and ballot initiative representatives will have tables throughout the venue and conversations will be one-on-one with the candidates, campaigns and voters. There will be childcare, food, and a cash bar available.

City Council Candidate Forum
Sunday, March 24
10-10:50 a.m.
Plymouth Congregational UCC (916 W Prospect Road)
Noah will be joining one of the candidate forums hosted by Plymouth UCC at their church. They have a long history of providing these opportunities to their church and anyone is welcome to join. A moderator will facilitate the time and questions will be posed by the audience. Feel free to join in.

Fort Collins for Progress Speed Dating Forum
Sunday, March 24
2:30-3:20 p.m.
Prost Brewing (321 Old Firehouse Alley)
Noah will be at this candidate forum. It’s a great way to meet all the candidates as you’ll have the opportunity to spend a few minutes which each of the candidates attending over this 50 minutes period - hence the speed dating concept. You can share about issues important to you and ask the candidates questions regarding their positions and thoughts on the issue. Come enjoy a drink and join us.

Neighborhood Meet & Greet Party
Tuesday, March 26
7-8 p.m.
The Longacre Home (South College Heights Neighborhood - message for exact location)
Anyone is invited but especially neighbors in this area to meet Noah and hear about his vision for Fort Collins and the issues he is passionate about. There will be refreshments and drinks to enjoy!