Montrose, CO — Following the completion of extensive renovations, the Montrose City Council will return to holding public meetings inside City Council Chambers located on the third floor of the historic Elks Civic Building at 107 South Cascade Avenue. The Monday, April 17, work session will be the council’s first meeting in the chambers since December 2022.
City Councilors have been meeting along with staff inside the Community Room of the Montrose Public Safety Complex at 434 South First Street while renovations to the Elks Civic Building were underway.
Renovations of the City Council Chambers included a new dais situated on top of new sections of the building’s original flooring that were in need of replacement. Other work included upgrades to audio and visual equipment, rehabilitation of the chamber’s flooring, enhanced security features, and new carpet.
The City Council will meet Monday, April 17, for a work session at 10 a.m. and Tuesday, April 18, at 6 p.m. for the council’s regular meeting. City Council meetings are open to the public and will be broadcasted live via the city’s website and the city’s cable channels; channel 191 for Charter customers and channel 970 for Elevate customers.
The Montrose Public Meetings Portal provides convenient, one-stop access to public meeting information including agendas, minutes, and peripheral meeting materials. Bookmarked video recordings are also available for past City Council and Planning Commission meetings.
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