City Council Meeting - Thursday, May 7 @ 6 p.m.
The next Clearwater City Council meeting will be held on Thursday, May 7 at 6 p.m. through the Zoom platform and will be broadcast live on the city's website (bit.ly/ClearwaterCityCouncilMeetings), the city's Facebook page (facebook.com/cityofclearwater) and on the city's YouTube channel (youtube.com/myclearwater) as well as on C-View TV Spectrum Channel 638, Frontier Channel 30 and WOW! Channel 15.
The agenda can be found at bit.ly/ClearwaterCityCouncilMeetings.
Citizens wishing to provide comments on an agenda item are encouraged to do so in advance through written comment. The city has established the following four options to ensure public comment for a virtual meeting:
- eComments via Granicus - eComments is integrated with the published meeting agenda. Individuals may review the agenda item details and indicate their position on the item. You will be prompted to set up a user profile to allow you to comment, which will become part of the official public record. The eComment period is open from the time the agenda is published. Comments received during the meeting will become part of the official record, if posted prior to the closing of public comment. The City Clerk will read received comments into the record.
- Email – Individuals may submit written comments or videos to ClearwaterCouncil@myclearwater.com. All comments received by 5 p.m. the day before the meeting (May 6) will become part of the official record. The City Clerk will read received comments into the record.
- Call-in - During the meeting individuals will be able to call in to 562-4646 and be placed on-air to speak to an individual item.
- Council Chambers - Additionally, like any other council meeting, the public may provide public comment at the Main Library, Council Chambers, 100 N Osceola Avenue. Due to COVID-19, all speakers desiring to appear in person will be subject to all applicable emergency measures in place to prevent the further spread of COVID-19. Speakers who appear in person will be subject to screening for symptoms of COVID-19. Any persons exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19 will not be permitted to enter council chambers but will be able to participate through the remote options described above.