Learn more about my background and where I stand local issues. Please review my response published in The Coloradoan.
Need more information? Please feel free to reach out to me!
Alternatively, join me at the Beer & Ballots: Fort Collins Election Open House on March 21 to ask questions and discuss the issues that matter to you.
Often I am asked, “Why are you running?” or “What is your platform?”
In summary, I am running to help make Fort Collins a place where anyone can enjoy the ability to raise a family, discover the outdoors, or retire. To learn more, please read my response published in the Coloradoan.
If you have any questions, I encourage you to reach out to me for answers.
I am honored to be endorsed by the Fort Collins Board of REALTORS. I look forward to working together to address the challenges of housing attainability.
Please join me on March 21, 2019 at the Beer & Ballots: Fort Collins Election Open House, hosted by The Coloradoan and Colorado State University. I would be honored to answer your questions and discuss the issues that matter to you. The event is free, and tickets are available via the event website.
When: Mar 21, 2019 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Where: Iris & Michael Smith Alumni Center, Colorado State University
Address: 701 West Pitkin Street; Fort Collins, CO 80523
I am honored to be spotlighted this week in Unite America. Please check out their blog to learn more about my platform.
“As a result of the growing dissatisfaction with the major parties, passionate Americans all across the country are stepping up to run for office as independents. Among these candidates is Adam Eggleston, running for the District 2 representative seat in Fort Collins’ City Council. We caught up with Adam to ask him about his experience as an independent candidate. [Read More]“
Come and join in the fun of Maxline Bingo and enjoy everything District 2 can offer. Gift Cards, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Fudge, Fun, and so much more.
Hope to see you all there to enjoy a beer and support Adam4FortCollins.
Thank you all for coming and supporting my efforts to become your next city council member tonight. It means so much to me.
Here is the recap of the new rules about asphalt roofing shingles. These new regulations require that all new roofs that use asphalt shingles be class 4 level.
Check out the latest update to the City Council meeting on January 2nd. For more information follow the links below the video. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Thanks for watching!