Public Invited to Call In During Longmont Council Meetings: Longmont residents can add their voices to the conversation by using their phones during Tuesday night City Council meetings.
How to call in to the meeting:
During the council meeting, the mayor will announce a phone number that members of the public can use to dial in and offer their opinions. The phone number will not be provided to the public before the meeting, You must watch the live stream to get access to the number. Comments are limited to 3 minutes.
For the time being, City Council meetings are being held online through a computer program called Zoom. The program allows council members and city staff to participate in the meeting without leaving their homes. Zoom also allows the public to watch and call in during the public comment portions of the meeting.
How to watch council meetings:
There are three ways to watch Longmont city council meetings:
1. Longmont YouTube Channel – Visit https://bit.ly/LongmontYoutubeLive
2. Longmont Public Media – Visit https://longmontpublicmedia.org/ and click on the live video box
3. Comcast Xfinity - Channel 8 to watch in standard definition and channel 880 to watch in high definition
Longmont City Council meets every Tuesday night at 7 pm. Meeting agendas can be found at https://bit.ly/3dnEwYp. More information about City Council meetings can be found at https://bit.ly/33UqxWb
While we encourage residents to continue to access services either online or by phone to reduce potential spread of #COVID-19, starting today (June 1), four City facilities have opened their doors for in-person services following public health guidelines for face coverings and social distancing. The Civic Center, Development Services Center and the Service Center are open to the public during normal business hours. While Police and Fire at the Safety & Justice Building have remained open during the pandemic, the Municipal Courts are now open, as well.
Find more information here: https://bit.ly/36PcFhg or lea esta información en español: https://bit.ly/2MhXaVx
‼️ Voter Alert ‼️
The June Primary is just about here!
TODAY (June 1) is the last day you can withdraw or change party affiliation to vote in a different primary.
The Dems, Reps, & Libertarians are holding primaries. Unaffiliated voters can participate in one primary. Ballots 📬 mailed beginning June 8.
Election info at: https://boco.org/ElectionInfo
Update or register to vote🗳 at http://GoVoteColorado.gov
Beginning Monday, June 1, Transfort is resuming normal FLEX service between Ft. Collins, Loveland, Berthoud, Longmont and Boulder, except for the first and last Boulder Express roundtrips. Learn more at https://bit.ly/2U7vSpx
Reminder for visitors of Button Rock Preserve -- please keep the following items in mind before making the 45-minute drive:
+ Public restrooms are not currently open at the preserve.
+ The parking lot holds 60 vehicles and, once full, will be closed to additional parking until cars leave. Parking outside the designated lot, including along the road, or blocking emergency access, could get your vehicle ticketed or towed.
Find rules, regs and answers to frequently asked questions on our Button Rock Preserve webpage. https://bit.ly/2Lp3Bos