What are City Council workshops, and can I attend them?

City Council workshops are public meetings where Council discusses, analyzes, studies and clarifies information and issues for upcoming Council meetings. Council and staff may request specific items for an agenda and items range from specific projects to upcoming legislation to Citywide department updates. Workshops are held the Monday prior to regular meetings at 5:30 p.m. in the Fire Administration Training Room (625 Ute Avenue). Public comment is typically not taken during workshops. 

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1. When are City Council meetings?
2. What are City Council workshops, and can I attend them?
3. How do I know what is on the City Council agenda?
4. What is the difference between a resolution and an ordinance?
5. What is the difference between a “first reading” ordinance and a “second reading” ordinance?
6. Can I speak at a Council meeting even if my issue is not on the agenda?
7. How do I know who my City Council representative is?
8. How do I let my Council representative know my opinion on an issue if I cannot speak at the meeting when that issue will be voted on?
9. Can I watch past Council meetings?
10. How do I best contact or schedule a meeting with a Council Member?
11. When does the Council hold hearings and vote on the City budget?
12. Where can I see the City Charter and Municipal Code?