Mayor Stephanie Piko has been involved with the City of Centennial since 2007, as a member of
Centennial’s Open Space Advisory Board, Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council. She brings a
broad background to her role as Centennial’s third Mayor. Since 2017, she’s been a member of the
National League of Cities (NLC) serving on the Information Technology & Communications Federal
Advocacy Committee including as vice chair in 2018 and chair in 2019. For 2020-2021 Mayor Piko has
been elected to NLC’s Board of Directors and, appointed to their 2020 Presidential Platform Committee,
as well as being selected to serve on NLC’s Executive Committee in 2021.
As Mayor she is involved with many state, regional and local committees and boards such as the
National League of Cities, Denver South Economic Development Partnership and Transportation
Management Association, Centennial’s FiberWorks Commission, Chair of the Cherry Creek Basin Water
Quality Authority, Board Treasurer of the Mile High Flood District, Centennial’s Audit and Budget
Committees and others.
She and her husband, Jim have lived in Centennial since 2001. Their two sons Austin and Conner are
both graduates of the Cherry Creek School District where Mayor Piko taught technology for 10 years. In
her free time she enjoys being a substitute teacher for the Cherry Creek School District and skiing and
hiking in the mountains.