In light of the recent closure of I-70 impacting both the public and staff, Glenwood Springs City Council will continue the item considering the Annexation and Initial Rezoning for 214 Center to the regular City Council meeting on Thursday, August 19 at 6:15 p.m. The meeting is being continued to ensure the public has an opportunity to comment and staff is available to answer questions. Continuing the item means that City Council will formally vote to reschedule the conversation to the meeting on August 19.
Individuals who did not give testimony at the July 29 special City Council meeting will be able to provide comment in-person or virtually. The remote participation link for Thursday will be posted on the meeting agenda. Meeting agendas and packets are shared at www.cogs.us/agenda.
City Council can only consider the information presented as part the hearing. If you have sent a message to City Council and did not copy City staff, please forward a copy of your comments to Trent Hyatt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City is anticipating a large number of persons attending the meeting and will provide as much seating in council chambers as safely possible, but some seating outside of chambers may be required.
In-Person and Virtual Participation
Masks are required indoors for individuals who are not fully vaccinated. Due to increased cases of COVID and the highly contagious delta variant, masks will be available at City Hall. Individuals experiencing COVID symptoms should participate remotely.
In-person individuals who wish to give comments should add their name to the sign-up sheet the day of the meeting. Remote participants should use the raise hand feature on Zoom to indicate they wish to give comment. Individuals using the telephone call in feature can raise their hand by dialing *9 and dialing *6 to unmute when called on to share comments. Public comment is limited to three minutes per person.