City Council Meeting Information
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Thornton City Council meetings will temporarily be virtual only meetings. Formal Council meetings will still be streamed on Thornton 8 and online by clicking here.
Future Update and Council Meetings||
Future Planning Session Meetings|
To attend the next virtual Council Update meeting click here or call
669-900-6833 and enter meeting ID 973 4466 1898 (5:45 p.m.)
To attend or sign up to speak at the next virtual Council meeting click here or call 669-
900-6833 and enter meeting ID 932 6573 9860 (7:00 p.m.)
May 26, 2020
June 9, 2020
July 14, 2020
July 28, 2020
August 11, 2020
August 25, 2020
September 8, 2020
September 22, 2020
October 13, 2020
October 27, 2020
November 17, 2020
December 1, 2020
December 15, 2020
To attend the next Planning Session click here or call 669-900-6833 and enter meeting ID 973 4466 1989 (5:45 p.m.)
June 2, 2020
June 16, 2020
July 7, 2020
July 21, 2020
August 18, 2020
September 1, 2020
September 15, 2020
October 6, 2020
October 20, 2020
November 10, 2020
November 24, 2020
December 8, 2020
December 22, 2020
Council Meeting Participation
Servicios de traducción al español: Disponibles durante las reuniones del Concejo Municipal. Por favor de llamar o mandar un correo con 24 horas de anticipación a la Oficina del Secretario de la Ciudad de Thornton al 303-538-7230 o clerk@thorntonCO.gov.
ADA Accommodations: If you have a disability and need reasonable
accommodation to attend or participate in the meeting, please notify the City's
ADA Coordinator at 303-538-7245
at least eight hours in advance and arrangements will be made to provide
reasonable accommodation. TDD access is available through Colorado Relay at 711
or you can also email the City Clerk's Office at clerk@ThorntonCO.gov.
Presentations to City Council by the Public: Please contact the City Clerk's office at 303-538-7309 or clerk@thorntonCO.gov for information about presentation by the public.
Audience Participation: During this portion of the meeting, anyone may speak on any subject which does not later appear on the agenda as a Public Hearing. Speaking time will be limited to three minutes per individual/topic with a one hour limit on this segment of the agenda. If you wish to speak, please sign up by clicking here or calling 669-900-6833 and entering meeting ID 999 8066 2231 at the meeting start time. If you are calling from a landline phone and which to speak during the meeting, join the meeting and press *9.
Consent Calendar: Items of a routine and non-controversial nature are placed on the Consent Calendar to allow the City Council to spend its time and energy on the important items on a lengthy agenda. Any Councilmember may request that an item be "pulled" from the Consent Calendar and considered separately. Agenda items pulled from the Consent Calendar will be placed on the agenda at the end of the matters listed under "Action Items."
Public Hearings: In order to schedule the timing and length of public hearings for the convenience of the Council, the general public, and interested parties, the first public hearing will begin at or before 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible. This segment of the agenda will last no more than 2 hours. Proponents and Opponents who wish to speak are requested to sign up, by clicking here or calling 669-900-6833 and entering meeting ID 999 8066 2231 at the meeting start time, and limit their remarks to three minutes. Groups of citizens brought together by a common interest are requested to choose a spokesperson whose time to comment will be extended at the discretion of the Mayor. Speakers may be asked to be sworn in by the City Clerk if they wish to submit facts rather than opinions.
What is the difference between standard agenda and the agenda packet?
The standard agenda is in the form of a Web page, with links to individual minutes, resolutions, ordinances, etc., that are converted to PDF format. This format tends to be easier to read and navigate and loads quickly on all computer systems.
The agenda packet is the more "official" version of the agenda. It is entirely in PDF format and includes scanned documents. This makes the document much larger in both page length and system memory requirements. As such it can be prohibitively slow to load on a dial-up or slower modem connection.