Montrose, CO — City Councilors will return to in-person meetings inside council chambers beginning Monday, April 5, for the council's regular, bi-monthly work session.
Council Chambers, located at 107 South Cascade Avenue, will be open to councilors and a very limited number of city staff. While COVID-19 vaccination efforts are ongoing, the city is asking members of the public and media to continue to attend council meetings virtually, via the Zoom platform.
The April 5th meeting will be the council's first meeting in chambers since the November 3rd, 2020 City Council regular meeting. At that time, meetings were moved virtually due to concern for the community spread of the COVID-19 virus.
The city is hoping to return to fully open meetings by June, as long as conditions allow.
All City Council meetings are recorded and made available online via the city’s website and cable channels 191 for Charter subscribers and 970 for Elevate subscribers. Replays of council meetings are also broadcast at 6 p.m. on the same channels on days that the council is not in session.
In addition, each regular meeting is archived on the City of Montrose’s YouTube channel.
Residents can watch all regular City Council meetings and work sessions live through the city’s website at CityOfMontrose.org/Video.
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