The Denver City Council hears from people like you at 5:00 p.m. on its normal meeting days. It’s called the General Public Comment Session and it lasts 30 minutes and not everyone signed up may get to speak. The council tries to her as many people as possible in that 30 minutes but not everyone who signed up may be able to speak. You can speak to the council for three minutes about anything about to the city, except for things that are scheduled to get their own hearing. You can do it in person in the council chamber at 1437 Bannock Street, 4th floor, or online using Zoom. If you choose to speak on Zoom, you'll receive a link after signing up.
To speak, you must sign up, and that is on a first-come, first-served basis. The General Public Comment Session lasts for 30 minutes and, if the list is long, you may not get to speak. If you have spoken in the General Public Comment Session in the last week or the last three months, then new people get to speak before you. This is because we want to give everyone the chance to use their voice.
Note that the council members will not respond to any speaker during the General Public Comment Session. Council members can follow up with speakers later, if they choose.
Sign up opens Friday at 11:00 a.m. and closes Monday at 3:00 p.m. You can sign up at the link below or by calling 720-337-2000.