Local Government & Municipal Law
Kelly PC represents primarily the following: individual local governments, including cities and towns (both statutory and home rule); local government boards, commissions and affiliated entities; local government officials; associations of local governments; and governmental self-insurance pools.
Attorneys in the firm have significant experience in a wide variety of legal issues affecting local governments, including land use, zoning, annexation, urban renewal, personnel, elections, home rule, open meetings, budget and finance, TABOR issues, public records, sales, use, and other taxes, liquor licensing, public contracting, and federal and state issues affecting local governments.
The firm’s local government attorneys provide general and special counsel services to municipalities and other local governments and work closely with their governing bodies, elected and appointed officials, staffs, and constituent and/or affiliated entities, such as planning commissions, boards of adjustment, liquors boards, urban renewal authorities and other groups. The firm’s approach is to provide focused and effective legal services intended to help clients resolve legal problems and understand legal risks. The firm is sensitive to the budgetary concerns of public entities and work with them to provide high quality legal services in a cost-effective manner.
If you have a question or need assistance with a local government or municipal law legal issue, please contact us.