All upcoming City Council meetings are scheduled to be hybrid. If you want to watch the meeting livestream, and do not intend to participate or provide comment during the meeting, please visit our City Council Livestream.
If you plan to participate in the meeting, please use the applicable ZOOM links below:
Regular Sessions (1st & 3rd Tuesday of every month)
Work Sessions (2nd Tuesday of every month; possibility of additional sessions)
If any community members wish to make public comment, but do not want to attend the meetings in-person, they can use our Agenda Item Comment Form.
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The public is welcome and encouraged to attend both regular meetings and worksessions. Please email the ADA Coordinator if you need special assistance attending a meeting. You can also call 719-685-2554.
Citizens who are unable to attend a city council meeting and wish to comment on a specific agenda item for a regular city council meeting may submit their comments electronically to the city clerk using the Agenda Item Comment Form. Comments submitted before 4 p.m. on the day of a city council meeting will be distributed to the city council and the appropriate staff prior to the meeting that evening.
If you have an item that you would like added to the agenda, please email the City Clerk’s office or call 719-685-2554.
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available and posted following approval. Please scroll down in the window below to view recent agendas and minutes (newest meetings are located at the top).
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The Manitou Springs City Council is composed of 7 members. The Mayor serves a 2-year term while the other 6 Councilors serve overlapping 4-year terms. All 7 members are elected by the citizens. All Manitou Springs residents vote for the Mayor and the 3 At-Large Councilors. Only residents living within a Ward can vote for that Ward’s Councilor.
If a Councilor resigns or is unable to continue in office, the City Council appoints a replacement member for the duration of the uncompleted term or until the next regular election. Councilors also serve as liaisons to various City boards and commissions, and other local and regional agencies.