Seth Hoffman

City Manager

City of Lone Tree

Seth Hoffman was named City Manager for the City of Lone Tree on November 1, 2013. Hoffman has served in various roles for Lone Tree since 2005, including Deputy City Manager and Economic Development Director. During this time he conducted successful expansion, retention and relocation negotiations on a large number of high-profile projects, including Kaiser Permanente, Charles Schwab, Health One, and Cabela's.

As Lone Tree has grown over the past 13 years, Hoffman has overseen a wide variety of projects including design and construction of Lone Tree's Municipal Offices in 2007 and the Lone Tree Arts Center in 2011. He recently completed work with Denver’s Regional Transportation District and local stakeholders to facilitate the construction of the $233 million Southeast Light Rail Extension in Lone Tree.

As City Manager, Hoffman provides professional leadership for Lone Tree's Police, Administrative Services, Public Works, Arts Center and Community Development Departments, and facilitates the direction of the City Council by implementing the details of City Council’s goals and policies.

Prior to his work in Lone Tree, Hoffman worked for the City of Grand Junction, Colorado and began his professional career at the corporate headquarters of a Fortune 100 telecommunications company. He earned his bachelors and MPA degrees at the University of Kansas.

The City of Lone Tree is a national leader in smart cities initiatives. It was one of 16 cities selected for Transportation for America and Sidewalk Labs’ Smart Cities Collaborative, and is a founding member of the Colorado Smart Cities Alliance. In the summer of 2017, Lone Tree partnered with Uber to launch an on-demand shuttle bus, 

Seth Hoffman

City Manager

City of Lone Tree

Seth Hoffman was named City Manager for the City of Lone Tree on November 1, 2013. Hoffman has served in various roles for Lone Tree since 2005, including Deputy City Manager and Economic Development Director. During this time he conducted successful expansion, retention and relocation negotiations on a large number of high-profile projects, including Kaiser Permanente, Charles Schwab, Health One, and Cabela's.

As Lone Tree has grown over the past 13 years, Hoffman has overseen a wide variety of projects including design and construction of Lone Tree's Municipal Offices in 2007 and the Lone Tree Arts Center in 2011. He recently completed work with Denver’s Regional Transportation District and local stakeholders to facilitate the construction of the $233 million Southeast Light Rail Extension in Lone Tree.

As City Manager, Hoffman provides professional leadership for Lone Tree's Police, Administrative Services, Public Works, Arts Center and Community Development Departments, and facilitates the direction of the City Council by implementing the details of City Council’s goals and policies.

Prior to his work in Lone Tree, Hoffman worked for the City of Grand Junction, Colorado and began his professional career at the corporate headquarters of a Fortune 100 telecommunications company. He earned his bachelors and MPA degrees at the University of Kansas.

The City of Lone Tree is a national leader in smart cities initiatives. It was one of 16 cities selected for Transportation for America and Sidewalk Labs’ Smart Cities Collaborative, and is a founding member of the Colorado Smart Cities Alliance. In the summer of 2017, Lone Tree partnered with Uber to launch an on-demand shuttle bus,