Come to a City Council meeting
Council meetings are held the second and fourth Mondays at 5 p.m. (unless otherwise published). These sessions are also broadcast live on CGTV, Channel 11 . The agenda is available online . Or you can drop by City Hall for a copy or simply call the Clerk’s Office at 970-920-5060 for more information. Agendas are also posted every Monday in the Aspen Times.
There are citizen comment periods on the bi-monthly City Council Agendas, and citizens can address the Council on issues NOT on the agenda. Your comments should be limited to 3 minutes.
Work sessions for Council are on the first and third Monday of the month beginning at 5 p.m. Agendas are also available online and in the Monday ad.
Work sessions are also held every Tuesday. Beginning at 4 p.m. on Tuesdays, Council holds an informal discussion period. This is the perfect time to discuss a topic with Council without having to be a part of an agenda or without a formal public hearing or public comment period.
Want to bring an issue to the attention of City Council or have City Council formally address a particular topic? Call (970) 920-5212.
Meet with Us in Person or Via Phone
City staff and members of Council would love to meet with you. To make an appointment to speak with the mayor or other members of city council, call (970) 920-5199 or e-mail .
To set up appointments directly with city staff, contact the department you wish to speak with and schedule a time. Not sure who you need to talk to? Contact the Community Relations Officefor help.
Watch Us Online
Watch us online! You can watch Aspen City Council meetings live or archived on the Web. See meetings as they happen, or simply watch them when you want. You can even click on an agenda item and just watch the portions that interest YOU. You can also watch other city programming under “More Videos.”
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