To speak in person at a Council Meeting, print and fill out a City Council Meeting Speaker Request Form, or pick one up at City Hall, and give to staff at the meeting.
Do not email completed Speaker Request Forms.
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Yes. there are three ways to comment remotely.
During regular meetings, citizens have the opportunity to submit their comments to Council remotely through the following channels:
Comments submitted by other means, including email, will not be included in the meeting record. All comments must be received between the time the agenda is posted and the start of the meeting to be entered into the meeting record.
*Comments received will be entered into the record of the meeting but may not be read aloud during the meeting.
View time and location of City Council meetings, along with a current meeting list.
The meeting will begin with a call to order once 4/7 council members (quorum) are present. Council begins with an Invocation and the Pledge of Allegiance. The meeting then moves into citizen comments and Proclamations. Council will then act on the consent agenda. These are usually non-controversial or housekeeping items that can be approved without discussion and in a group. Council next considers regular agenda items individually. These items may be related to resolutions (non-legislative matters) or ordinances. Council takes action on an item when a member makes a motion, has it seconded, and approved by the majority. After the regular agenda, council can allow for more citizen comments and then has the opportunity to make comments themselves before ending the meeting.