March 26 LFP City Council regular meeting to be held virtually

Thursday, March 26, 2020

City Hall is closed and council meetings
will be held virtually.
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

Due to the recent closure of the LFP City Hall to the public and most City staff, and the order that meetings for civic purposes are not to be held in-person, the City has explored options for holding the March 26 and April 9 regular meetings virtually.

The March 26 meeting will be held via Zoom and public comments must be submitted electronically.

On the agenda are authorizations for the mayor to sign contracts for construction of a picnic shelter in Pfingst Animal Acres and for construction of the L60 culvert. Council will discuss contracting with Madrona Law Group for legal services.

Public Comment Procedures for Virtual Meetings:

If you wish to provide public comment virtually, you may do so by submitting a written statement to evelyn@cityoflfp.com. Any comments received by 5:00pm the day of the meeting will be read during the public comment period.

To ensure your comments are received and read at the proper meeting, your email must include:
  • The name of the group that is meeting (City Council or Planning Commission)
  • Date of the meeting your comments are intended for
  • Your name
  • Whether or not you live in the city limits of Lake Forest Park
  • Agenda Item and/or subject your comments refer to

Emails without this information may not be read at the meeting. Three minutes are allowed for comment. And, in accordance with normal procedure, messages of an overly repetitive or inappropriate (vulgarity) nature may be declined to be read at the discretion of the meeting Chair.

Check the City’s online Meetings Calendar for the most up-to-date information about individual meetings.

Questions? Email the City Clerk’s Office.

Instructions for participating in the Virtual City Council Regular meeting on March 26, at 7:00pm are HERE



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