Flagstaff County Council Meetings are conducted the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month commencing at 9:00 a.m., unless amended by resolution of Council. Notice of a Special Council Meeting (not held on a regularly scheduled date) will be published online, as well as in the local newspaper dependent upon time allowance.
Agendas and Minutes:
Click on a calendar date or select from the list below to download an agenda or meeting minutes.
Making a Request to Appear Before Council:
- As part of the regular Council Agenda, an opportunity is provided for presentations and delegations to Council. Presentations shall be limited to 30 minutes in duration unless Council allows otherwise.
- All presenters or delegates must submit a request in writing for a presentation or delegation appointment to the Chief Administrative Officer not less than 7 working days in advance of the Council meeting date. All groups or individuals giving presentations are required to provide written documentation to administration, which clearly outlines the nature of their business for inclusion in the agenda package.
- Delegations requesting reappearance on a specific matter shall only be permitted to do so if the information to be presented is new or a significant addition to that which was previously presented.
A projector for presentations is available in Council Chambers. Presenters requiring use of the projector shall advise administration before hand
Submitting Written Correspondence to Council
Any person wishing to have an item of business placed on the agenda, shall make the submissions in writing to Shelly Armstrong, Chief Administrative Officer no later than 12:00 noon on the Wednesday of the week prior to the meeting. Emergency items for inclusion in the upcoming meeting that are received after the deadline may be considered by the CAO. All submissions shall contain adequate information to the satisfaction of the CAO to enable Council to consider the matter.
Please be advised that given the public nature of all Council and committee meetings, an individual writing to a councillor or administration, could have their correspondence, including name and address, disclosed at meetings.