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Volunteers appointed to serve on a board or commission help City Council examine issues and, in turn, shape the future of Boulder.

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Board and Commission Meetings

Board and Commission meetings are transitioning to a hybrid model. Between now and the end of 2022, members of boards and commissions and staff are starting to return in person. Community members must still participate online. As soon as additional equipment is in place in an appropriate number of rooms, the public will have the same choice they have for council: to attend in person or participate online.

Here’s how to participate:

  • Find dates for board and commission meetings online on the Board and Commission meeting calendar.

  • Information to join the meeting by phone or from your computer is posted 24 hours in advance of the meeting on the event listing. Currently, this is the only way to participate in real-time. The city is working hard to set up rooms to welcome back individuals who prefer to attend in person.

  • Most boards and commissions do not require advance sign ups to speak, but we encourage you to check the webpage for the board or commission you are interested in to familiarize yourself with its practice.

  • While board and commission meetings are no longer livestreamed, they will all be recorded. Meeting recordings can be found on each board and commission webpage and can also be found on the city’s Boards and Commission Playlist on its YouTube channel. New videos will be posted within three business days of each meeting.

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