With public safety and health in mind, the City of Tempe is implementing measures to protect our community against coronavirus (COVID-19) exposure. This includes closing the Tempe City Council Chambers to the public and limiting staff attendance during tonight’s Council Meetings, which begin at 5:45 p.m.
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Tempe values public participation and encourages residents to continue to participate via the following methods:
1. Submit written comments prior to the meeting to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Watch it broadcast live on Tempe 11.
3. Watch it live-streamed at tempe.gov/tempe11.
You can also attend the meeting virtually though Cisco Webex Events.
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