- City Government
- City Council
Dave FrankMayor, District IV Council MemberPhone: 970-252-4803
Barbara BynumMayor Pro Tem, At Large Council MemberPhone: 970-252-4802
Doug GlaspellDistrict I Council MemberPhone: 970-252-4804
Ed UlibarriDistrict II Council MemberPhone: 970-252-4801
J. David ReedDistrict III Council MemberPhone: 970-252-4805
Regular Council Meetings & Work Sessions
- Work Sessions - 10 a.m. on the workday preceding the Council meeting
- Regular Meetings - First and Third Tuesdays at 6 p.m.
- Meetings take place in the City Council Chambers - 107 S. Cascade Avenue
- No formal action is taken at work sessions.
All meetings of the council are open to the public. Minutes of proceedings are kept for regular and special meetings. The council may, however, go into executive session upon the consent of a majority of the council present.
City Council meetings can be viewed live and on-demand via the city's Public Meetings Portal and on the city's YouTube channel. Meetings are also broadcast on Elevate channel 970 and Charter channel 191.
Agendas & Minutes
Meeting materials for the City Council and other city boards are posted regularly on the city's Public Meetings Portal. Residents who wish to receive email and text message notifications when new meeting materials are published can do so by creating an account on the Public Meetings Portal and selecting notifications that they wish to receive.
Meeting notices and agendas are also posted at the main entrance to City Hall (433 S. First St.).
Please see the City of Montrose Archive Center for meeting packets, agendas, and minutes for City Council meetings held prior to September 1, 2021. Archives of past work session packets and agendas are also available in the Archive Center.
Meeting minutes that are not available online can be requested from the City Clerk's Office.
Special meetings may be called by the mayor or by any two council members. The city clerk will give notice to the public as practical prior to the meeting.
Citizen Information for Quasi-Judicial and Legislative Proceedings
Quasi-judicial and legislative proceedings function differently and must adhere to different procedures and accomplish various functions of our local government. A document explaining these procedures has been prepared for the public.
General Contact Info
400 E Main Street
P.O. Box 790
Montrose, CO 81402
Monday - Thursday
7 a.m. - 6 p.m.