How do City Council meetings operate?

Regular Cherry Hills Village City Council meetings are held at 6:30 p.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of each month, except for July and December. There is only one regular meeting in July, on the third Tuesday of the month. There is only one regular meeting in December, on the second Wednesday of the month. Meetings are held to receive citizen input and to take action on proposed legislation.

Roberts Rules of Order are used as procedural guidelines. Meetings are open to the public and there is an Audience Participation Period at the beginning of each meeting during which public comments are welcome. Speakers are limited to 5 minutes each. Meeting agendas are posted on the notice board in front of the Village Center and agendas and packets are posted on the City website. For more information, view City Council Agendas.

Regular meetings and Study Sessions are held in the City Council Chambers at:
Village Center
2450 E Quincy Avenue
Cherry Hills Village, CO 80113

City Council Study Sessions are held only when called by the Mayor, City Council, or City staff. Study sessions are usually held prior to or following the regularly scheduled City Council meetings to review complex matters, but may also be held independent of regular meetings. The public is welcome to attend the study sessions, but unlike regular council meetings, public comment is not taken. 

Meeting times and locations may change on occasion, please check the latest agenda or call the City Clerk's office at 303-783-2732 to confirm.

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1. What type of government does Cherry Hills Village have?
2. How do City Council meetings operate?
3. How can I participate at City Council meetings?
4. What are ordinances and resolutions?
5. How can I correspond with City Council?
6. How are City Council members elected?