City transitions back to on-site meetings
The Broken Arrow City Council, in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines and in the interest of public safety, held its meetings via videoconference in April during the COVID-19 pandemic. The governing body will transition back to on-site meetings starting May 5. Social distancing measures will be followed in the City Council Chambers, and staff presentations will be made virtually until further notice.
To promote citizen engagement and transparency, City Council meetings will be broadcast live through our online legislative center on the city’s website. Recordings of the meetings will continue to be available online after each meeting and on the Broken Arrow government access channel, Cox Cable Channel 24.
City Council typically meets the first and third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall, followed by the Broken Arrow Municipal Authority and Broken Arrow Economic Development Authority.
Agendas are typically posted online before close of business on Fridays before a Council meeting date. Residents may attend the meetings in person, watch online, or submit comments to the City Clerk prior to the start of the meeting.