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311 Mapleton Site Plans (Attachment B) Pages 266-403 in the packetCity Council top row: Aaron Brockett (Mayor Pro Tem), Sam Weaver, Suzanne Jones (Mayor), Jill Adler Grano and Bob Yates. Bottom row: Lisa Morzel, Cindy Carlisle, Mirabai Kuk Nagle and Mary Young.

Regular City Council meetings are held the first and third Tuesdays of the month in the Council Chambers located in the Municipal Building, 1777 Broadway St. See the "View City Calendar" tab below for scheduled events. Meeting agendas are generally posted late afternoon on the Thursday prior to each council meeting.

Chats with Council

City Council is piloting a new engagement opportunity, called Chats with Council, in 2018. They will host nine events throughout the city and invite community members to drop in, ask questions and share what's on their mind. See dates and learn more

Agendas, Packets and Materials

Visit Agendas, Packets and Meeting Materials to view council materials – agendas, live and archived meeting videos and approved minutes – in one centralized location. The system is intended to enhance public access to council, board and commission materials.  For more council records, go to Central Records Archive.

June 19, 2018 Agenda Only pdf

June 19 Agenda Packet Part 1 pdf

Item 3O- Landmarks Board and Income Tax Credit Program pdf

June 19 Agenda Packet Part 2 pdf

June 19 Agenda Packet Part 3 pdf

Separated from packet- Site Plans for 311 Mapleton (pgs 266 to 403) pdf

Item 3P- Declaration Honoring the Latino Festival pdf

Item 3A- Updated May 15 Minutes pdf

Staff Presentation 3I AWB Options pdf

Staff Presentation 5A Outdoor Lighting pdf

Staff Presentation 5B 311 Mapleton pdf

Staff Presentation 8A Ponderosa Mobile Home Park pdf

 

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Help test a new way to participate in Open Comment 
At the June 19 council meeting, the city will continue to test a way to participate remotely in the Open Comment portion of City Council meetings, and you can help! If selected, you will be able to participate in the Open Comment period over the phone, from the comfort of your home or other location. If you are interested in participating, please visit the city’s Eventbrite page to follow the standard sign-up process. You’ll have the option of choosing to participate remotely, and you'll be asked to provide a working email address so that if you are randomly selected to participate, staff will send you an invitation and further instructions. Participation in this pilot will be limited to 3 persons randomly selected after 2 p.m. the day before the meeting and speaking time will be 2 minutes. Following the pilot period, staff will evaluate the test to determine whether to expand this option.

General Information

View City Calendar

Upcoming Events

City Council Study Session

@ 6 to 9 p.m.

City Council study sessions give council a chance to work on a particular issue or set of issues.

City Council Meeting

@ 6 to 11 p.m.

Boulder City Council meetings are open to the public and generally held the first and third Tuesday of the month.

Chats With Council

@ 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Join us for an informal Chat with Council. Bring your questions or thoughts. This is a drop-in session with no formal presentation.

City Council Study Session

@ 6 to 9 p.m.

City Council study sessions give council a chance to work on a particular issue or set of issues.

View main city calendar for more upcoming events

  

Watch Live or Archived Meetings

City Council meetings are televised live on Channel 8 and re-broadcast on Wednesday at 6 p.m. and Friday at 11 a.m. DVDs are available for checkout at Channel 8.

Watch live City Council meetings and view previously recorded meetings online.

Speak at Meetings

City Council meetings are open to the public and you may sign up to speak to council about city issues. For more information, visit Speaking at City Council Meetings pdf. You can sign up online through Eventbrite to speak on open comment items for meetings. Read Rules of Decorum pdf for details on how council meetings are run and expectations for participants.

Open Comment Speaker List for June 19, 2018 pdf

Help test a new way to participate in Open Comment 
At the June 19 council meeting, the city will continue to test a way to participate remotely in the Open Comment portion of City Council meetings, and you can help! If selected, you will be able to participate in the Open Comment period over the phone, from the comfort of your home or other location. If you are interested in participating, please visit  the city’s Eventbrite page to follow the standard sign-up process. You’ll have the option of choosing to participate remotely, and you'll be asked to provide a working email address so that if you are randomly selected to participate, staff will send you an invitation and further instructions. Participation in this pilot will be limited to 3 persons randomly selected after 2 p.m. the day before the meeting and speaking time will be 2 minutes. Following the pilot period, staff will evaluate the test to determine whether to expand this option.

View Emails to Council

In September 2017, the city began posting all emails online sent to  [email protected] . The archive includes emails sent by community members to City Council as well as staff and council responses to those emails. It will be updated every Tuesday by noon with emails from the previous week, running from Sunday through to midnight on Saturday.

View the archive of emails to City Council. Please note: Internet Explorer is currently required to view the Adobe Portfolio file containing the emails. Visit City Council Records Search to search the emails and other council documents. Emails sent to individual council members are not posted on the city website.

Public Hearing Emails 5A Outdoor Lighting (best viewed in Internet Explorer) pdf

Public Hearing Emails 5B 311 Mapleton (best viewed in Internet Explorer) pdf

Frequently Asked Questions

Resources

City Council Newsletter

The City of Boulder offers an e-newsletter intended to help the community stay up-to-date on City Council meeting information. It shares information about council meeting agendas, public hearings and videos. Sign up at City Newsletters.

Braille, Large Print and Language Assistance

Anyone requiring special meeting materials such as Braille, large print or tape recorded versions may contact the City Clerk’s Office at (303) 441-3002, 8-5 p.m., Monday through Friday. At least 48 hours notification prior to the meeting or preparation of special materials IS REQUIRED.

If you need Spanish interpretation or other language-related assistance for a meeting, please call (303) 441-1905 at least three days prior to the meeting. Si usted necesita interpretación o cualquier otra ayuda con relación al idioma para esta junta, por favor comuníquese al (303) 441-1905 por lo menos 3 negocios días antes de la junta.

Annual Council Retreat

Information Packets

Reference Materials

State of the City

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