The Colorado Springs City Council is seeking volunteers to serve on a new Police Accountability Advisory Committee. Applications are now being accepted.
When filling out the online application, applicants need to select “Police Accountability Advisory Committee” on the application in order to be considered.
City Hall reopened to the public BY APPOINTMENT ONLY on June 1, 2020.
Members of the public entering the facility will be required to undergo temperature and symptom checks as well as to wear a mask if they are medically able. Masks will be available for those who do not have one. Employees in this building are subject to the same entrance procedures.
City Council Meetings: City Council meetings will be held in an online / broadcast environment only. While Councilors may gather at City Hall, public can view or participate using technology.
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As the legislative branch of government for the City of Colorado Springs, council members are elected to four-year terms and are paid an annual stipend of $6,250. They are responsible for:
City Council welcomes the opportunity to recognize exceptional individuals and events within the City. These keepsake proclamations may be issued in honor of civic events, to recognize noteworthy achievements or to celebrate important dates in the life of an individual or organization. A request for a proclamation must be made at least 10 business days prior to the date requested.