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The City Council meets at 6 p.m. on the first and third Tuesday of the month. At City Hall, Council Chamber, 1666 North Main Street. All meetings are broadcast live on Comcast Channels 28 and Channel 26 (Rossmoor) and Astound Channel 29, and AT&T U-Verse Channel 99, respectively. Meetings will be held at 1 p.m. the next Saturday On both platforms. The transmission of the meeting is repeated in full the next Saturday at 1 p.m. And by 6 p.m. Sunday On Comcast Channels 28 and 26 and Channel Astound 29.
Attending Meetings and Addressing the Council/Commission
Anyone wishing to comment on an item on the agenda or to discuss an item not identified should fill out a Speaker Identification Form at the back of the Council Chambers and hand it over to the City Clerk / Commission Secretary before or during the meeting. The speaker card helps to ensure the consistency of the record and enables the staff to follow up on the problems posed when necessary.
After the staff report is delivered and prior to the Council / Commission meeting, the Mayor / Chair will call for speakers on items listed on the agenda. Things not specified on the agenda will be heard under the Agenda section of Public Relations. Under the Brown Act, the Council is unable to act on items posed during public meetings, but can respond briefly to comments made or questions put; request clarification, or refer the item to personnel.
Speakers should state their names for the record while approaching the lectern. Presentations should be simple and succinct. Groups and organizations, wherever possible, are expected to appoint one spokesperson. Speakers, be they individuals or organizations, are allowed to talk to the Council / Commission for 3 minutes.
Americans with Disabilities Act
If you require special help to attend a public meeting, please call the City Clerk’s Office at (925) 943-5818, in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Notification 24 hours ahead of the meeting would allow staff to make appropriate plans to ensure the meeting is available.
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Walnut Creek, California serves its citizens in various capacities for a number of services. Here’s a great list of local government offices:
- Walnut Creek Streets-Building
- Walnut Creek Traffic Operation
- Walnut Creek Public Services Department
- Walnut Creek Cultural Services Department
- CalPERS Walnut Creek Regional Office
- Walnut Creek Planning & Zoning
- Walnut Creek Superior Court
- Walnut Creek Police Department
All of these wonderful city government offices are located just a short distance from our location at 1091 Shary Circle in Concord, California! Stop by for a visit anytime!