How do I let the Council know what I want them to do about some City legislation or problem?
You may contact your Councilman directly to discuss the issue. The Councilmen are not full time, and do not have individual offices at City Hall, but do respond to messages and take calls at their homes. Any letter addressed to the Council that is received in the City Clerk’s Office is copied and distributed to each Councilman. The Councilmen are also accessible before and after each of the Council Meetings.

If a person feels there is the need to address the Council directly as a body, the Council offers a Visitor’s Section at the end of each Council Meeting. If you wish to address a Public Hearing item on the Council agenda, you will have an opportunity to speak during the public hearing portion. Otherwise, your presentation will be at the end of the Council Meeting.

In order to be properly recognized and to speak during the Visitor's section at the end of the meeting, please complete the "Speaker Appearance Form" and submit to the Blue Springs City Clerk. Speaker Appearance Form

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2. When and where are Council meetings?
3. Can I watch the City Council meeting on TV?
4. How do I let the Council know what I want them to do about some City legislation or problem?
5. What is an Executive Session?