City Council Meetings
A City Council meeting involves making and amending laws, developing policy and making decisions on the governing of your city by citizens that you elect to the City Council.
- Council Meetings: 7 p.m. on the second and fourth Monday of the month
At study sessions, council has the opportunity to review and discuss important issues, staff projects and future council meeting agenda items. City Council does not take official action during workshop study sessions.
- Study Sessions: 6 p.m. on the first and third Monday of the month
Public hearings are meetings open to the public and held to solicit public opinion, input and comments. Public input/feedback is often solicited when the city considers major changes to programs, facilities, services or policies.
Public Comment During Council Meetings
Here are options to learn more about council action and weigh in:
- Comments on city business or matters of community interest are heard at the start of regular meetings, and comments on items previously addressed by council during the meeting are heard at the end. Comments are not taken at study sessions.
- Anyone may address council in person or via phone. For the phone option, see the top of the agenda posted at www.northglenn.org/webdocs. For in person, there is a sign-in sheet or speak up when prompted by the mayor.
- Also, public comment may be submitted before the meeting starts via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or voicemail at 303.450.8757.
Boards and Commissions
Residents interested in leading the direction of the community can apply to serve on one of the City's Boards and Commissions. Residents of all backgrounds and interests can help make a difference in the future of Northglenn.