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The City of Boulder welcomes your feedback. Use our Inquire Boulder customer service tool to tell us what’s on your mind.

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Other Ways to Engage

From sharing your perspective with your elected officials to volunteering for your favorite cause and leveraging city programs to build community in your neighborhood, there are many ways to get engaged with your local government. In addition to the  online and in-person opportunities listed here, below are some other ways to get involved:

Participate at City Council Meetings

Boulder City Council values hearing from community members and provides open comment feedback and public hearing opportunities at all regular meetings.  View information about meetings and upcoming agendas.

Chat with Council Members at Drop-in Sessions

City Council is piloting Chat or Walk with Council sessions at various locations, dates and times for community members to talk with two council members about issues that matter most to them.

Participate in Boards and Commissions Processes

The City of Boulder uses topic-specific boards and commissions to explore issues, conduct community engagement, vet possible challenges and solutions and provide advice to City Council. Some also perform regulatory and oversight functions. Check out meeting and recruitment information.

Volunteer with a City Department

Many city departments offer one-time and ongoing opportunities for volunteers. We're also interested in hearing from you about other skills you'd like to offer, so we can look for potential ways to match you with work groups.

Build Community in Your Neighborhood

Did you know that the city has programs, services and grant funding available designed to help neighbors get to know their neighbors, promote organizing and collective problem-solving and create diverse and meaningful places around town?

Request a Group Meeting or Presentation

City staff are available as schedules and resources permit to speak to community groups about topics of interest. Complete an online form to submit a request.