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City Council Meetings are open to the public in accordance with W.S. 16-4-403 through web conferencing published on the agenda weekly. Council Chambers seating is currently unavailable. We encourage the use of the following social distancing tools to participate: watch live meetings on YouTube Live Feed or Cable Channel 191; or Zoom meeting (information found on each agenda) or emailing Participants on Zoom will be muted until the Mayor asks for public comments. Public comments during the meeting can be provided via Zoom meeting. Public comments may also be submitted via email: Please email: to request speaking time during the 30-minute public comment periods on non-agenda items by no later than 3:00 pm on the day of the meeting. Speaking slots may be assigned by lottery for non-agenda items when more than 10 requests are received. Requests for accommodations from persons with disabilities must be made to the City Manager's Office 24 hours in advance of a meeting. 

Resolution 2022-02, published in the newspaper January 13, 2022 

Regular meetings occur at 6:30 p.m. on the first and third Tuesday of the month. Work session meetings start at 6 p.m. and are routinely scheduled for the second and fourth Tuesday of the month. (Currently occurring via Zoom per Resolution 2022-02.)

Zoom meeting controls 2-11-21 a

Lottery for seating and public comment performed at 3:00 pm the Tuesday the meeting is to be held. Please contact the City Clerk's Office to be added to the list at 307-721-5220 or 

Note: Special meetings are held at the discretion of the City Council and may occur at different times or dates following notification to the general public via the newspaper, the city website, and postings located within City Hall.

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Responsibilities, Limitations & Organization

The Laramie City Council is comprised of nine members, which include the mayor and vice mayor. The council as a whole is a policy making board and as such it is not the duty of the council to administer the day-to-day operations of the City. Many items will come before the City Council as required under Laramie City Ordinance, but many issues are more discretionary in nature. All City Council members, including those serving as mayor and vice mayor, have equal votes. no council member has more power than any other council member.

Browse through the City Council’s agendas, minutes, and audio recordings for more information about current issues and former decisions.

Rules of Procedure and Code of Conduct Effective August 2021

Contacting City Council

Contacting City Council members can be done via email or phone. Individual information can be found using our staff directory or Council members page

Public Comment

Please send all written comments to, drop it off at the City Clerk's Office, or visit our public comment page

New Ward Map 

Effective upon passage and publication April 2022

Cable TV

Regular City Council meetings air on cable channel 191; which also shows public announcements.

Regular council meetings will also be live streamed on YouTube.

 Agenda: (Agendas are published Friday by noon)

Regular Meeting Zoom Link December 13, 2022, 6:00 pm:

Council Zoom Meetings 12-13-22

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