How do I bring an issue before City Council?

There are several ways to bring something before council:

  1. Contact the City Clerk’s Office
  2. Talk to one of your council members or the mayor
  3. Speak during "Citizen Comment Period" at a City Council meeting
  4. Click on the contact information for the Council member to leave an email message.

The best way to bring an issue to council's attention is to contact the City Clerk’s Office at 540-942-6669 or stop by the office at: 503 W. Main St. Suite 208 Waynesboro, VA 22980

The city clerk may be able to address your matter, refer it to the appropriate council person or city manager, or refer it to the appropriate city representative.

The City Council agendas are prepared and distributed on Thursdays before meetings. Copies are provided to council and are available for viewing on the city’s website.

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1. How do I request a public record?
2. How do I bring an issue before City Council?
3. Is there a Council member assigned to my neighborhood?
4. How can I provide input to City Council?
5. Can I sign the speaker form for someone else?
6. Are Council meetings handicapped accessible?
7. Can I fill out a speaker form online?
8. What is the difference between a resolution and an ordinance?
9. What is the difference between an emergency and a 10-day ordinance?
10. How does legislation get to Council?
11. What is the deadline for submission of legislation to the City Clerk's Office?
12. What is the City Council agenda?
13. When is the City Council agenda available for the public?
14. How can I find out what Council has voted on or is scheduled to vote on at the next meeting of the Council?
15. What is a consent agenda?
16. What if a council member at a meeting has concerns about legislation identified as a consent item?
17. Who decides what is placed on the agenda as a consent action?
18. How do I request a copy of a resolution or ordinance?
19. What happens after legislation is acted upon by City Council?
20. How do I sign up to receive advance notices of meetings, etc?
21. How do I find out what ward I'm in or who represents my ward?