Prescott City Offices, Library Remain Closed through January 2021

City Boards and Commissions Meetings Remain Virtual

The city of Prescott has announced that City Offices, Police and Fire Departments, and the Prescott Public Library will remain closed to the public.  Council and Board/Commission meetings will remain closed to in-person attendance by members of the public and Council and Board Members for the month of January.

Public meetings will continue to be live streamed through various channels as they have since mid-spring 2020. Council Meetings will be aired on Channel 64, and Facebook Live.  In addition, citizens will be able to attend via Zoom by registering in advance with a link provided on the meeting agenda. The Zoom platform allows the public to join the meeting as Attendees and “raise their hand” when public comment is called during particular agenda items and discussion. Upon raising their hand, attendees will then be permitted to speak for the allotted three (3) minutes regarding the specific agenda item.

In addition to participation through Zoom, members of the public may submit comments related to items on the posted agenda through the city’s website at http://www.prescott-az.gov/…/leadersh…/speaker-request-form/ and those comments will be read at the dais by the City Clerk.

For updated information about obtaining basic city services, including paying bills, permitting and other services, go to the City of Prescott COVID-19 page.

https://Prescott-az.gov/COVID-19

 

 

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