How can I speak at a City Council meeting?
As part of the City Council’s agenda, there is time for “citizen input” on issues that are either not on the agenda, or not scheduled for public hearing. At that time, the public is invited to address the Council with concerns, comments, or to make a community announcement.

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1. When are the City Council meetings?
2. How can I speak at a City Council meeting?
3. Must meetings be held in a specific place?
4. What is considered a “meeting” under the law?
5. Does the law require that notice be given for a “regular” meeting?
6. What is “executive session”?
7. Must an “executive session” be open to the public?
8. What is a sufficient statement of purpose regarding executive session?
9. What is a “quorum”?
10. May a member of the public video tape Council meetings?