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Open Space Board of Trustees Meeting

Open Space Board of Trustees

Open Space Board of Trustees (OSBT) meetings are recorded by Channel 8 when held in Boulder City Council Chambers. You can watch archived videos of the meetings at any time or watch a live stream of a meeting while it is in progress on Channel 8's website. Please note, when meetings are not held in the Council Chambers, audio recording is still taken. Once available, those can be found under past meeting materials.

Watch the Apr. 22, 2020 OSBT meeting - Part I and Apr. 22, 2020 OSBT meeting - Part II

Watch the May 13, 2020 OSBT meeting.

Watch the June 3, 2020 OSBT meeting.

Watch the July 8, 2020 OSBT meeting.

Watch the Aug. 12, 2020 OSBT meeting.

Watch the Sept. 9, 2020 OSBT meeting - Part I and Sept. 9, 2020 OSBT meeting - Part II.

Watch the Oct. 14, 2020 OSBT meeting.

Watch the Nov. 18, 2020 OSBT meeting.

 

Wednesday, December 16 at 6:00 pm

This meeting will be held remotely; link to join meeting will be posted when available. 

Meeting agenda will be posted when available.

 

Speaking at Open Space Board of Trustees Meetings

Open Space Board of Trustees meetings are being held virtually. These meetings are still open to the public, and you are welcome to speak to the Board about Open Space issues or any public hearing items that may be on the agenda that evening. Links to sign up for public comment ahead of time will be available under each agenda item above. Please note ahead of time sign-up will close at 5 p.m. the day of the meeting, however you are still welcome to sign-up during the meeting itself. 

 


It is the City of Boulder's practice to provide more notice than is required by law whenever possible. However, this practice shall not be used to invalidate any action taken with the minimum notice required by state law.