Answered By: Betsey Blanche Last Updated: May 30, 2017 Views: 20
The public now has the ability to participate during General Citizen’s Communications during regularly-scheduled City Council meetings via videoconferencing. Time is set aside at 12 noon at each council meeting for a maximum of 10 individuals to address the council on topics of their choice. For those unable to travel to City Hall, videoconferencing for Remote Citizen Communication is available at one Library in each of the City Council districts, except in the district 9 where City Hall is located.
To participate at a library, you must:
- Register in advance with the City Clerk’s Office by phone 512-974-2210 or by email. The registration period for a given meeting begins at 9:00 AM 14 days prior to the meeting and ends at 4:30 PM the following Thursday. Please see the Council Meetings page for meeting details and agendas.
- Reserve a Meeting Room at one of these Library locations.
- Carver Branch (District 1)
- Southeast Branch (District 2)
- Ruiz Branch (District 3)
- Little Walnut Creek Branch (District 4)
- Manchaca Road Branch (District 5)
- Spicewood Springs Branch (District 6)
- Yarborough Branch (District 7)
- Hampton Branch at Oak Hill (District 8)
- City Hall will remain the District 9 Citizen Communications venue.
- Old Quarry Branch (District 10)
For more information about the General Citizen Communication process please visit the Citizen Participation page on the Clerk's Office website or contact the Clerk’s office at 512-974-2210.
Please see the Videoconferencing page for more information about this service at the Austin Public Library locations.