Community Input Meetings
Community Input Meetings, whether virtual or in-person, are always open to the public. They don’t have statutory requirements and serve as informational meetings for feedback from the community. At present, the following applies to Community Input Meetings until otherwise noted:
- Virtual meetings are not required to be held in person; recordings are published within 1-2 weeks.
- Watch past virtual meeting recordings. They are filed as "Non-Televised Meetings" on the Public Meetings page.
- In-person meetings may also be hosted virtually within two weeks.
Organic Turf Maintenance Program for Avondale Park
Dec. 9 at 6 p.m.
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|City of Denton Utility and Water Billing|
Dec. 16 at 6 p.m.
A virtual meeting to provide utility and water billing information and answer questions from City of Denton customers.
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How to Participate in a Virtual Community Input Meeting
How to Obtain a Meeting Link to Attend
The Zoom webinar format is used for virtual community input meetings and can be accessed via a smartphone, tablet, or computer.
- Click the "Register for Zoom Link" provided above.
- Follow the prompt to provide your name and email address.
- After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with a meeting link.
If you register in advance, simply refer to the email to access the link.
The City will provide select accommodations, such as sign language interpreters for the hearing impaired if requested at least 48 hours in advance of the scheduled meeting. Please email Public Affairs so accommodation requests can be reviewed and processed.
How to Share Feedback During the Virtual Community Input Meeting
Participants can submit questions or comments to the meeting host during a virtual meeting. Type your question or comment in the "Q&A" box and click send. Check Send Anonymously if you do not want your name attached to your question in the Q&A. If the host replies via the Q&A, you will see a reply in the Q&A window. The host can answer your question live (out loud). You will see a notification in the Q&A window if the host plans to do this.
Participants can raise their hand during the virtual community meeting to indicate that you need something from the host. The host may direct participants to submit their question using the Q&A feature.
Additional Input Opportunities
If you are unable to attend the meeting but would like to submit a question or share your feedback, contact the hosting City department using the contact information provided in the virtual community meeting announcement.
How to Leave a Virtual Community Input Meeting
Click the "Leave Meeting" button to leave the virtual community input meeting at any time.