April 6 City Council Meeting to be Live Streamed for Public Viewing.
The City Council’s April 6, 2020 Regular Meeting will be streamed online at the City’s website. To help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, all City Councilmembers will be participating in the meeting remotely. Currently, following the guidance and emergency proclamation of the Governor, we are prohibiting the public from attending in person.
“To ensure our meetings are accessible to the public and provide public participation, the live feed of the council meeting will be available along with the opportunity to submit written comments,” said Mayor Jennifer Gregerson. “Public comments will be read into the record during the meeting. We encourage the public to observe the meeting remotely.”
Click below to watch the Live Streaming of Council Meetings.
Click here to send your written public comments to email@example.com.
Council meetings are held in the City Hall Council Chamber on the first and third Mondays of each month beginning at 7:00 PM unless posted otherwise. Special Meetings may be called by the Mayor or Council as needed. Council Worksessions are held the second Monday of each month beginning at 6:00 PM in the Council Chamber. Please review the Extended Agenda (link listed on the left) for updates to the Council Meeting schedule, which is updated weekly.
The Public Is Invited To Attend and Speak at Regular Council Meetings
Parking and meeting rooms are accessible for persons with disabilities. Upon reasonable notice to the City Clerk’s Office by calling (425) 263-8005 or by email, the City will make a reasonable effort to accommodate those who need special assistance to attend City Council Meetings. The Council Chamber is located in Mukilteo City Hall at 11930 Cyrus Way, Mukilteo, WA 98275.
Please read the Public Comment Procedures prior to participating during the PUBLIC COMMENT portions of Council meetings. Public comment is only taken at committee meetings or work sessions if time allows and the Council chooses to suspend the rules.
If you have any questions about the meetings or agendas, please contact the City Clerk at (425) 263-8005.
Frequent Questions about Meeting Agendas, Minutes, Video & Audio:
- Why don’t the minutes for the most recent meetings appear?
Answer: The City doesn’t post minutes until they have been approved by the City Council or Commission. There must be a quorum present to approve the minutes and/or take action.
2. I’m having difficulty hearing the audio using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox as my browser. What’s happening?
Answer: We recommend using Internet Explorer as your browser to view/listen to any streaming of video listed on this page. If you have any Internet issues with one browser, you could try another one. You may have a bad Internet connection, or the browser is having difficulties.
3. I would like to watch the video or listen to the audio of a meeting but is not available. What’s happening?
Answer: We use Granicus as our video and audio streaming service, and it can take 12 to 24 hours for a video or audio to be compressed and encoded to our website. On rare occasions, we have technical difficulties with a server, and strive to have all recordings available to the public as soon as possible.