© 2017 Val for Wheat Ridge.



 4465 Moore Court | Wheat Ridge | CO 80033


Hello Neighors, 


My great great grandfather and grandmother settled 45th and Wadsworth in the late 1800’s. My family grew Pascall celery and helped improve agricultural business in the community as well as participate in community organizations like the Grange. My parents both grew up in Wheat Ridge and both are grandchildren of pioneers. I have a deep respect for the community that my family helped establish and value my family. The only way I can run for City Council is with the support of our families. 


I am running for Wheat Ridge City Council because long ago my family realized the potential of Wheat Ridge. They found a way to build their successful businesses here and raise their family. Like them, I moved to Wheat Ridge because of its potential for my family’s future. Wheat Ridge today is very different from the Wheat Ridge my grandparents lived in. There are still some of the same issues, we see ourselves as a rural community even though on a good traffic day I can be in Downtown Denver in 20 minutes. 


The city is at a critical crossroads; how do we move our neighborhoods, businesses and infrastructure forward together while finding new opportunities for revenue to support our community.

I attended Colorado State University then worked for Congressman Mark Udall in Washington DC. I have been staff on a Presidential campaign and worked for Governor John Hickenlooper. I helped establish the Governor’s Recovery and Resiliency Office after the 2013 floods and fires. I worked to bring state agencies, local governments, federal agencies, and businesses together. Then I worked at Colorado Department of Human Services in communications. I worked for the Colorado Lottery and then the Colorado Department of Local Affairs, where I have worked directly with local governments all over Colorado helping to improve infrastructure and outdoor recreation spaces. 


I have the know how to move our neighborhoods forward while respecting where Wheat Ridge has been.


Thank you for learning more about me. I will work hard for you.




Val Nosler


Community Leadership:

  • Wheat Ridge Urban Renewal Commissioner

  • Former Wheat Ridge Cultural Commissioner

  • Local Works, Wheaties Leadership Academy 2018 Graduate

  • Sts. Peter and Paul 5K Planning Committee

  • Vice President, Problem Gambling Coalition of Colorado Commission

  • 2014 Wheat Ridge Mid Century Home Tour Featured Home

"Val loves Wheat Ridge; she wanted to raise our kids here. She is driven by a sincere desire to make the community the best it can be - Wheat Ridge would benefit from her passion and energy." 

~ Sam Beck, Val's husband

“Go Mom!"

~ Thalia Beck, Val’s daughter (5 yrs)

“I like to go swimming at the pool at the park.”

~ Constance “Coco” Beck (3 yr)

"I support Val because she's a great neighbor and she really cares about our community"
~Mandy, District 4 Resident

"Val is a person that one would want on any city council.  The entire Wheat Ridge community will benefit greatly by electing Val to our district 4 council seat.  Why?  I have known Val Nosler her entire life and she is honest, hardworking, community and family oriented and possesses exceptional organizational skills.  She has taken a fair, objective and fact based view on issues. Above all Val is a true grinder who gets it done.  My being, a Wheat Ridge and Colorado native, I'm putting my bushel of wheat with Val Nosler"

~ David Petersen, Wheat Ridge District 4 resident

"I've known Val and her family for almost 20 years! She is experienced in government, brilliant and committed to her Wheat Ridge community! So exciting to have candidates like Val running for office!"

~ Shelley Flanagan, Wheat Ridge High School Parent

"Val is one of those great young people with a heart, head and compassion for people. From her first days in then-Congressman Mark Udall's office, on to Senator Evan Bayh, and service with Mayor then Governor John Hickenlooper, Val has always shined. She will make a great Councilwoman."

~ Alan Salazar, Chief of Staff to Denver Mayor Michael Hancock