Youth Commission


  • 5:30 p.m.
  • First and third Thursday of every month
  • City Hall, 500 S. 4th Avenue 

Brighton Youth Commission meetings are open meetings and members of the public are welcome to attend. Members of the public who arrive at City Hall to attend Brighton Youth Commission meetings may call Brighton Youth Services Staff to be let into City Hall. Brighton Youth Services Staff contact information is posted on the front doors of City Hall.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View All Agendas and Minutes


Clint Blackhurst - City Council Representative
Lloyd Worth - School District 27J Representative

  • Alyssa Potter
  • Amanda Poole
  • Amiri Jones
  • Angel Gallegos
  • Anna Brekken
  • Annie West
  • Antjuan Martinez
  • Christian Morales - Adult
  • Clint Blackhurst - City Council Representative
  • Corrina VanderPuil
  • Cynthia DonLucas
  • Diana Hernandez - Youth on City Boards
  • Elizabeth Sanchez
  • Ellie Larsen
  • Ethan Hendricks
  • Eryn Kelly
  • Esmi Chaparro
  • Fernando Cano
  • Hannah Reuter
  • Jonathan Torres
  • Josephine Martinez - Adult
  • Kyli Kisiel
  • Livi Rodman
  • Lloyd Worth - SD27J Representative
  • Nia Lopo
  • Niyah Williams
  • Neyla Gurule
  • Ollin Mireles
  • Roman Sena
  • Saraya Ortiz
  • Sophia Rosasco
  • Stoli Romero
  • Vivian Hindman - Youth on City Boards
  • Xavier Harrison 


The Brighton Youth Commission (BYC) is a body of 22 youth and 6 adults that are appointed by City Council to study and investigate matters impacting youth in the City of Brighton. The BYC plans and implements projects addressing these matters.


Visit the BYC website for more information on projects and initiatives.

BYC Policy & Procedure Manual

View the BYC's Policy and Procedure Manual


For more information on the Brighton Youth Commission, please contact Tawnya Russell at 303-655-2123.