Zach Bishop is running for Cherry Hills Village City Council because he wants to improve accountability to constituents in local government. Bishop is an investment banker who specializes in helping local governments finance public infrastructures like roads and water systems. He has worked with almost every municipality along the Front Range and knows firsthand how to make local government efficient, transparent, and responsive.
“My campaign will be centered around increasing the city’s accountability to residents by providing improved forums for input and increased transparency around key decisions. The city failed to seek substantive citizen input on the roundabout at Quincy and Colorado until forced to do so by active residents, highlighting behavior that has applied to a number of similar issues over the past four years.”
Bishop is a native of Denver who graduated from Cherry Creek High School and loves this community. He and his wife have two young boys that attend Cherry Hills Village Elementary School, where Christina is co-chair elect of the PTCO.
In his free time, Bishop likes spending time with his family, exploring Colorado’s trails, and supporting the Denver Broncos. If elected, he will bring more transparent decision-making to the village and will work to find innovative ways to reduce traffic congestion and improve the safety of our community.
To learn more about the campaign, visit bishopforcouncil.com.
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