Community engagement is an invitation to become involved with your local government. We have opportunities at various engagement levels that range from helping you stay informed about city programs to learning about how you can have a role in the decision making process. Stay informed, find opportunities to voice your opinion, volunteer and share your ideas and feedback.
Below are several ways to get involved and participate. We are happy you are here!
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Join the Conversation
Residents are invited to attend City Council meetings on the first and third Tuesdays of the month at 6:30 p.m. The Council meets at the School District Six Board of Education Meeting Room, 1025 9th Avenue. There is a public input session at the beginning of each meeting, where everyone is offered three minutes to address the Council on any topic that is not on the agenda. You can also attend the Council worksessions on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of every month to hear staff and committee reports; however, public comment opportunities are not available during these meetings. You are also invited to watch City Council meetings live and on demand on GTV8. On most matters, the Council is open to individual discussions: You may also contact the City Council by phone or email.
Use the list below to find and connect with specific volunteer and local involvement opportunities. Here are some of our current volunteer needs.