Greeley’s Mayor and City Council will return to virtual Meetings and Worksessions via the Zoom platform beginning with the regular City Council Meeting Aug. 4, 2020.
No meetings will take place in-person in Council’s Chambers for the foreseeable future in order to adhere to all current health and State guidelines. All meetings of the City Council begin at 6 p.m.
The meeting can be viewed at youtube.com/CityofGreeley.
Citizen input and public comments are valuable and welcome. Anyone interested in addressing Council under Citizen Input on any item not already on the agenda or during a scheduled public hearing have three options for doing so:
- Via email – submit to firstname.lastname@example.org. Staff will read all comments submitted this way into the record at the appropriate points during this meeting in real-time. Members of the public can submit comments up to and throughout the meeting.
- Via traditional mail – Addressed to the Greeley City Clerk’s Office, 1000 10th Street, Greeley, CO 80631. The city must receive all written comments no later than the day of the meeting. Again, staff will read written comments received by mail into the record in real-time.
- In real-time – Visiting the City’s website (https://greeleygov.com/government/council) will give the public access to view and download the contents of City Council Meeting agendas. Near the bottom of the first page of the agenda, the instruction page for viewers and audience members, a link titled “Click here” leads to the live meeting. Once members of the public enter the meeting, they will become a virtual audience member with the ability to speak under “Citizen Input on items not already on the agenda or during a scheduled public hearing.” The first page of the agenda will have the link which leads to the instruction page for viewers and audience members.
Members of the public may call the City Clerk’s Office at 970-350-9740 with any special needs or questions.