Upcoming Events

Town Hall Meeting & Food/Sock Drive @ West Metro Fire Rescue HQ
Nov 16 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Please join Representatives Chris Kennedy and Kerry Tipper and Senators Brittany Pettersen and Jessie Danielson for our last Lakewood Town Hall of 2019. We’ll be providing updates on the upcoming legislative session and we’ll have plenty of time for your questions!

As it’s the season of giving, we hope you can help us support those in need by bringing a donation of food or socks.

For the Action Center’s holiday food drive, please bring non-perishable food items that will given away at their Thanksgiving distribution. The most needed items include turkey gravy, instant potatoes, canned yams, canned meats, chicken broth, canned corn, muffin mix, cake mix/frosting, and mac & cheese. Bring your items to the town hall or drop off at the Action Center (8755 W 14th Ave, Lakewood) Mondays, Tuesdays, or Thursdays 9am-3pm or Saturdays 9am-12pm.

In addition, the Action Center is attempting to break a world record and are asking the public to please “Bring a Pair of Socks, Bring a Buck.”  In order to raise awareness of homelessness in Colorado between, the goal is to collect 10,587 pairs of new socks and $10,587 12-5pm on Wednesday, December 4th. Please feel free to bring your donations to the town hall, and we’ll take them over to the Action Center on the 4th. If you can’t make it, please drop off your donations at the Action Center Program Services Building (8745 W 14th Ave) on Wednesday, December 4th between 12-5pm.

Meet Chris

My name is Chris Kennedy, and I’m honored to serve as the State Representative for Colorado House District 23. In November 2018, I was re-elected and I am excited to be nearly halfway through my second term in the State House. I am humbled by the support from so many of you who elected me.

Read my full bio here.

Reflecting on Accomplishments & Thinking About the Future

Colorado is a wonderful place to live, work, and raise a family. I want it to stay that way so that our kids and grandkids will be able to afford to live in the same neighborhoods, breath the same clean air, and explore the same beautiful mountains.

We face no shortage of challenges – not least of which is the turbulence coming from the current administration in Washington DC – but here in Colorado, we’ve done a pretty good job protecting the things that are most important and planning for the future.

Read my reflections on the 2019 Legislative Session here and fill out my survey to let me know what you think!