The Sioux Center City Council will be meeting electronically at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, April 28, 2020. The public is invited to attend and will have opportunity to submit comments or questions during the public hearings and public comment opportunities.
In support of Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds’ proclamation declaring a State of Public Health Disaster Emergency in Iowa, the current COVID-19 situation makes it "impossible and impractical" to meet in one location. Due to this the Sioux Center City Office will remain closed to the public for the April 28, 2020 City Council meeting at 4 p.m. However, the meeting will be made available by a public web link, according to provisions made by Gov. Reynolds.
JOINING THE MEETING:
The public will be able to hear and participate in the Council meeting via your computer, tablet or smartphone by using the following link:www.siouxcenter.org/livecouncil428
Individuals may start joining at 3:55 PM for the Tuesday, April 28 meeting.
The council meeting agenda is online here.
The link provided includes a Q&A capability in which members of the public can type questions for the public input and public hearing portions of the meeting, allowing for feedback from the community, similar to a regular City Council meeting.
In addition, we will accept written comments before the meeting until 3:30 PM Tuesday, April 28, in two ways:
**PLEASE NOTE: FOR COUNCIL RECORD, PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS WITH ANY PUBLIC COMMENT, WHETHER ONLINE, EMAIL, OR ON PAPER IN OUR DROPBOX**
We thank you for your understanding of this change during the current situation.