Green City Council will meet in person on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. in the Central Administration Building.
Members of the public wishing to engage in the public comment portion of the meeting are encouraged to do so. To participate members of the public are asked to arrive no later than 6:50 p.m to sign-in to speak and have temperature taken. Members of the public will be required to wear a mask until they are speaking and will wait in the lobby social distanced, where they can watch the meeting in real time until asked to enter Council Chambers to speak.
For those members of the public that do not wish to attend in person, they can still send an email by 4 p.m. July 14 to Council@cityofgreen.org to be read into the record.
These emergency measures are being implemented by the President of the Green City Council in order to further the health, safety, and welfare of the general public, while including them for public comment.
All other meetings:
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic facing the residents of State of Ohio and the City of Green, and in light of the state of emergencies declared by both the Governor of Ohio and the Mayor of Green, please be advised that, until further notice, all Green City Council meetings will occur without the physical presence of members of the public.
Central Administration Building 1755 Town Park Boulevard Uniontown, OH 44685
2nd and 4th Tuesdays
Central Administration Building 1755 Town Park Boulevard Uniontown, OH 46685
All Council Meetings and Council Committee meetings are live streamed and archived on our website. View meetings. They are also aired on Spectrum Cable Channel 1022. Please check Channel 1022 or contact the Clerk of Council’s office for times that the meetings will air.
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
Green City Council is comprised of seven members: one elected from each of the four wards and three elected at-large from the whole city. These council members constitute the legislative body of the city. They authorize the appropriation of funding, construction of public improvements, and legislation required for the preservation of public peace, health, welfare, and safety. Council members may serve two successive four-year terms.