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Frequently Asked Questions

Who We Are

Frequently Asked Questions

About Civic Results

  • What is the difference between Civic Results and Metro Mayors Caucus?

    The Metro Mayors Caucus (MMC) is the premier program of Civic Results. Civic Results is a registered 501(c)3 and designs and runs programs that align with the organization's mission and often relate to work being done by the mayors of the MMC. MMC is a voluntary organization of mayors that work together on issues of regional importance. 

  • Why isn’t the Caucus part of CML or DRCOG?

    In 1994, John Parr and Peter Kenney (then with the National Civic League) approached the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) and the Colorado Municipal League (CML) to gauge their interest in providing strategic advice and staff support to the Caucus. Neither organization was inclined to take on staffing responsibility for the Caucus. The issue has subsequently been raised on a number of occasions and the general consensus has been that the Caucus should remain a separate entity. Because the Denver metropolitan region's issues and positions often differ from the broader statewide positions of CML, a separate and equally valid voice for the metro area is needed. DRCOG is a close partner of the Caucus and the two organizations' membership often overlap. However, the competitive nature of funding decisions at DRCOG as well as the variety of elected officials serving on the board have been viewed as obstacles to DRCOG's playing a role akin to that played by the Caucus as a regional consensus based body.

    Initially, part-time support was provided by the National Civic League, where John Parr was President and Peter Kenney was Senior Associate. In 1997, when John and Peter formed the Center for Regional & Neighborhood Action (now known as Civic Results) the management of the Caucus was transferred to the new not-for-profit firm. 

  • What types of issues does Civic Results focus on and how are they selected?

    Civic Results has a broad scope of interest and works with governments, businesses, and non-profits to collaboratively plan and implement initiatives that create measurable change in the physical, social, civic, and human infrastructure of communities. Selected programs must align with the Civic Results mission, preferably be complimentary to the Metro Mayors Caucus priorities and do not duplicate other regional efforts. Civic Results will look closely at programs that have potential partnership opportunities.  

  • How can I work with Civic Results?

    Please send all inquires through the contact form on this website.

    Civic Results is a proud collaborator on grant applications, comprehensive planning, consulting, local government, leadership education, and more. If you have a project or initiative you would like to collaborate on you can reach us through our contact form. 


  • Are you hiring?

    Currently, we are not hiring. But you can send a resume and letter of interest through the contact form and we will keep it on file. 

    Open positions will be posted here.