After 15 months, Irvine City Hall has finally reopened to the public!
Residents are able to once again participate in-person at City Council meetings to make sure their voices are heard on critical matters that impact our Irvine community.
Public comments can be made during each individual item of business as it appears on the Council agenda. For specific items on the published agenda, testimony will be called for after the item has been introduced for discussion.
There is also a separate time during the Council meeting for citizens to offer their input about matters that are not on the published agenda. For items not on the agenda, public comments can be made at 6:30pm or just prior to the Council meeting’s adjournment, whichever comes sooner.
To speak, all you need to do is fill out a simple “Speaker Request” form, which is available from City Clerk staff at the meeting.
NOTE: Attendees at City Council meetings will need to be masked and follow physical-distancing requirements, in accordance with state and local public safety regulations.
Anyone who would like to participate virtually can continue to do so by utilizing Zoom via a computer or telephone. For more information on how to comment via Zoom or by telephone, click here.
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