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Redwood City moves to in-person hybrid council meetings beginning Monday

Residents will now be able to attend the meetings at City Hall located at 1017 Middlefield Road, but seating capacity will be limited
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Starting Monday, Redwood City residents will have the opportunity to attend council meetings in person or virtually. City council members and key staff will attend meetings in person in the council chambers, according to a city news release.  

“We are looking forward to resuming in-person meetings, while continuing to offer a virtual option, beginning with our city council meeting next week,” said City Manager, Melissa Stevenson Diaz in a statement on Friday. “By offering both options, our hope is that members of our community will continue to participate in a way most comfortable for them.”

Residents will be able to attend the meetings at City Hall located at 1017 Middlefield Road, but seating capacity will be limited and social distancing will be maintained to protect health and safety, according to the news release. Masks are strongly encouraged. 

For public comment, people will be asked to complete a speaker card and when the mayor calls for public comment, speakers will be called to the podium to give their comments. In-person speakers will be called first, followed by any virtual attendees. 

To provide public comment virtually via Zoom, visit redwoodcity.zoom.us, select “Join” and enter the Meeting ID shown on the agenda. Use the Raise Hand feature to request to speak. You may rename your profile if you wish to remain anonymous.

For more information on how to participate in the city council meetings, please visit the city’s website.