City Council Meetings are legal meetings at which City Council has jurisdiction to conduct City business and transactions and to make decisions.
Committee of the Whole Meetings provide Council with additional time to study and review issues in more detail. Issues discussed at these meetings are brought forward to future Council Meetings for decision. City employees typically attend both Council and Committee of the Whole Meetings to provide information and background on issues as required.
City Council and Committee of the Whole meetings are held in City Council Chambers at City Hall (37 Centennial Dr. South). Meetings begin at 5:00 p.m. and are open to the public. In the event confidential or sensitive information is being discussed, such as a human resource issue, the meeting, or certain parts of the meeting, may be closed to the public. If further discussion of an issue is required, the topic may be referred to a Committee of the Whole Meeting.
Agendas are available prior to meetings being held. Council meetings are held every 2 - 4 weeks.
Meeting agendas are prepared by the City Clerk. You are encouraged to bring specific concerns to the attention of a City Council member or the City Manager, and may request to be placed on the agenda to make a presentation to Council. To be placed on the meeting agenda to make a presentation to Council, please complete and submit a Presentation to Council form.
Minutes are posted after they have been approved by City Council, which is usually at their next meeting.
- Most Recent Council Minutes
- Past Council Minutes
- Committee of the Whole Minutes