Federal Way City Council to offer fully virtual meeting next week

Federal Way City Council to offer fully virtual meeting next week

Council Chambers at City Hall now closed to the public; April 7 meeting available via Zoom, YouTube, phone and Government Access Channel 21.

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, Federal Way City Council will host a completely virtual meeting next week.

Mayor Jim Ferrell, the City Council, and select City staff members will participate in the April 7 City Council meeting virtually to abide by the ‘Stay at Home’ order issued by Gov. Jay Inslee, according to a press release from the city.

Council Chambers at City Hall are now closed to the public.

Public comments can be submitted via email to council@cityoffederalway.com. Submissions will be accepted up to two hours prior to the 6:30 p.m. start of the meeting.

Live audio of the meeting can be accessed via the Zoom website or app by following the direct link: https://zoom.us/j/991942545?pwd=MkhjMlB5bFlzUW1FVllUTVF6TjJndz09 and using the password 784621.

Audio of the meeting can also be accessed by calling 253-215-8782 or 1-888-788-0099 with the meeting code 991-942-545.

Video of the meeting will be broadcast on Government Access Channel 21 (within city limits) and on the City of Federal Way’s YouTube channel at youtube.com/c/FWYoutube.

On the video feed, viewers will see the meeting’s active speaker featured one at a time. City staff’s PowerPoint presentations will also be displayed.


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