eComments are only available for LIVE, REAL TIME CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS and will not be received by other Commission or Committees at the time of their meetings.
The health and safety of community members, public officials, and employees is the top priority for the City of Mill Valley. In compliance with local and state shelter-in-place orders, and as allowed by Executive Order N-29-20 (March 17, 2020), the City will no longer offer an in-person meeting location for the public to attend meetings during the COVID-19 crisis. The meetings will be streamed live, and members of the public are encouraged to participate remotely from a safe location. Please read the following requirements for submitting live, real time City Council Meeting eComments.
eComment Form Requirements
To view all public comment on City Council meeting items, please visit the Meeting Videos and Agendas Archive page. Under the “Upcoming Events” section, click on the link titled “Agenda” next to the corresponding meeting. All comments sent to the City Clerk email address prior to the meeting will be linked to a PDF document underneath the respective Agenda Item number and titled “Public Communication.”
For other types of communication(s) you wish to send to the Council, the regular email process should be used.
Emails addressed to the City Council can be sent to the City Clerk: firstname.lastname@example.org
Disclaimer: Your comments will be read aloud during Public Open Time and/or during the public comment period for a specific Agenda Item. They will become part of the written public record located in the Office of the City Clerk. All comments sent via email or through the eComment form will be reviewed prior to being sent to the City Council or being read aloud during the live meeting. Comments containing abusive or profane language may not be forwarded to the City Council, nor read aloud during the live meeting or included in the public record.
The City is not responsible for the speed of the internet and will not be held accountable if an email or eComment is not received in time to be read aloud during the live meeting. All comments received after the Mayor has closed Public Open Time or the public comment period for a specific Agenda Item will be added into the public record after the meeting has been adjourned.
*The City Clerk will read all comments until the two-minute-mark and will stop reading at the nearest end of sentence. All comments will be published into the record in their entirety once the live meeting has been adjourned.