Upcoming City Council Topics

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Updated January 26, 2023

Upcoming City Council Meeting Topics

We invite you to join us in person or virtually for an upcoming City Council meeting. All meetings are held at City Hall (445 Marsac Ave.) in the City Council Chambers on the first floor. City Council meetings start at 5:30 p.m. Council work sessions are held before the Council meetings.

Please check the Public Meetings page for work session start times, updated agendas, and virtual meeting participation information.

Please note: future meeting schedule and topics are tentative and subject to change.

  • March 2 and 3, 2023 - Strategic Planning Retreat at the Library Community Room

Topics Discussed in 2023: 

  • BFO Scoring Model
  • ILA to Authorize the Wasatch Back Rural Planning Organization    
  • Rocky Mountain Power Franchise Agreement
  • Construction Mitigation Plans Discussion
  • Public Art Update & Approval of Daley West Project

Topics to be Discussed in the Next Six Months:

  • City Employee Housing Allowance Benefits 
  • Water Rate Revisions                                             
  • Housing Funding and Housing Goals
  • IT Decentralized vs. Centralized Concept
  • Complete View of City Financial Support of Area Non-Profits (SSC, Fee Waivers, etc. All Combined)
  • Homestake Development Update
  • Transit O&M
  • Woodside Park Phase II RFP
  • Procurement Policy Changes and Administrative Update
  • Housing Land Prioritization
  • Landscaping Incentive Rebate      
  • Gillmor Parcel Transitions and Planning
  • Discuss Policy Regarding Lighting the McPolin Farm Barn & Use of Maverick Gas Station for Community Events
  • Should Flagstaff Area be a Route for Full-Size Buses since other Solutions were Being Looked at Around Town
  • Intersection Safety Improvements at SR224/SR248 and Alternatives for the Minor Crossings around the Proposed Project- underpass
  • Disruptive Transportation Ideas
  • School District Update
  • Council Liaison for Each Neighborhood/Area
  • Reevaluate Parking in January
  • Update the Building Permit Fee Waiver Process and Propose New Scoring Model
  • Blue-Ribbon Commission Study for Elected Official Compensation
  • Peak Traffic Mitigation Plan Integrated with Neighborhoods First
  • Micro Transit Update on Pilot Program
  • Old Town Parking Strategy
  • EPMOA Funding Element for Historic Preservation
  • LMC Discussion
  • Thaynes Canyon Parking Permanent Solution
  • Incentivizing Fire Sprinklers in the Historic District
  • Council Priorities on Large-Scale Capital Initiatives
  • Budget Policy Review (Parking, Procurement, Traffic Calming/NTMP, Intergovernmental Communication, Economic Development Grants)