Attending in Person Members of the public wishing to address Council either during the Committee Meeting at 5 pm or the Council Meeting at 7 pm are encouraged to do so. Consistent with advice from the CDC, members of the public who are not fully vaccinated for COVID-19, are encouraged to wear a mask in the Central Administration Building, including Council Chambers. Those who have been fully vaccinated, are not requested to wear a mask.
Attending Virtually or Submitting Comments Via Email For those members of the public that do not wish to attend in person, they can participate virtually via Microsoft Teams. Please email Clerk of Council to request to attend before 4 p.m. on the day of the Council meeting. If you prefer to send an email that will be linked to the agenda for the 7:00 p.m. Council meeting, please email the Clerk of Council email@example.com by 12:00 on the preceding Thursday prior to the Council Meeting. Correspondence that is received after this deadline will not appear on the agenda for the upcoming Council meeting, but will appear on the agenda of the next Council Meeting thereafter.
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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.