Citizens to be Heard
The opportunity to speak to the City Council is provided for those who have a question or comment on an agenda item or a City of Wheaton issue. Unlike other City Council meetings, for this and other virtual meetings, citizens will be given an opportunity to make comments during this portion of the meeting only.
Please note that civility and a sense of decorum will be strictly followed. All speakers must address their comments to the Mayor. Speakers shall be courteous and should not make statements that are personally disrespectful to members of the City Council.
To make a public comment, you must request to be called on. If you are joining using a computer, click on the "Raise Hand" button, and you will receive a notification when you have been recognized to speak and are unmuted. If you are joining using a phone, "Raise your hand" by pressing *9. You will receive a notification when you have been unmuted and are able to speak. Please ensure you are in a quiet place with no background noise.
When called upon, please announce your name and address before commenting. All public comments are limited to five (5) minutes, and each citizen will be permitted to speak only once.
Members of the public were also given the opportunity to provide comments prior to this meeting to be read by the City Clerk. We will begin with a reading of the previously submitted public comments for this meeting.