Sections and districts give CML depth and breadth in its understanding of municipal needs.
The Colorado Municipal League is organized into 14 districts, along the same geographic lines as the state's 14 planning regions. Each district elects officers and holds at least one meeting a year that includes a program of interest to officials in that district.
CML also has sections that support municipal officials performing specific functions for their communities.
CML district presidents
- District 1 — Carrie Hartwell, Julesburg city clerk
- District 2 — Paul Rennemeyer, Windsor town
- District 3 — Phillip Rodriquez, Brighton city manager
- District 4 — Neil Levy, Woodland Park mayor
- District 5 — Monte Baker, Cheyenne Wells mayor
- District 6 — J.R. Thompson, Rocky Ford mayor
- Districts 7/14 — Laurie Erwin, La Veta clerk
- District 8 — Tiffany Gallegos, San Luis mayor
- District 9 — John Dougherty, Cortez city manager
- District 10 — Ann Morgenthaler, Montrose assistant city manager
- District 11 — Roy McClung, Parachute mayor
- District 12 — Markey Butler, Snowmass
- District 13 — Kathy Reis, Westcliffe town clerk, and Ileen Squire, Silver Cliff town clerk/treasurer