How do I know what is on the City Council agenda?

City Council meeting agendas and packets are posted the Friday afternoon prior to the next week’s meeting(s) on the City’s Agendas & Minutes webpage. Agenda Packets include a staff report and supporting documents for each agenda item. Hard copies of a meeting’s agenda and packet are available at the meeting. Agendas and packets from the last several years are also available online the City’s Agendas & Minutes webpage.  

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1. When are City Council meetings?
2. What are City Council workshops, and can I attend them?
3. How do I know what is on the City Council agenda?
4. What is the difference between a resolution and an ordinance?
5. What is the difference between a “first reading” ordinance and a “second reading” ordinance?
6. Can I speak at a Council meeting even if my issue is not on the agenda?
7. How do I know who my City Council representative is?
8. How do I let my Council representative know my opinion on an issue if I cannot speak at the meeting when that issue will be voted on?
9. Can I watch past Council meetings?
10. How do I best contact or schedule a meeting with a Council Member?
11. When does the Council hold hearings and vote on the City budget?
12. Where can I see the City Charter and Municipal Code?