serving Longmont since 2001
Sarah Levison has called Longmont home for 18 years. Prior to her election to its city council in 2007 and re-election in 2011, she served on its Economic Vitality Taskforce and museum board, and was a leader in her downtown Longmont neighborhood of 700 homes.
Her first act of civic engagement was to create and produce a free summer art program for families and children in her neighborhood.
She has been on the Colorado Municipal League's Policy Committee since 2009 and served on its Executive Board from 2013-2015.
She has chaired the National League of Cities Finance, Administration & Intergovernmental Relations Steering Committee and its Youth, Education & Family Council. Her work experience includes employment by county and federal government, a large university, and a small business, as well as a real estate trade association and a title company.