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2021 Regular City Meetings

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Office of the City Clerk - City of Waukegan

2021 City Council Schedule

Time: 7:00 PM  

January                       February    
4th, 19th*                     1st, 16th* 

March                          April
1st,  15th                      5th,  19th

May                              June
3rd,  17th                      7th,  21st

July                              August
6th*,  19th                     2nd,  16th

September                  October 
7th*, 20th                     4th,  18th

November                   December
1st,  15th                      6th,  20th

Audience members who wish to speak during audience time are asked to register on the sign-in sheet posted on the Council Chambers door.  Each person signing up to speak will be given an opportunity to address the City Council, although not necessarily in the order shown on the sign-in sheet.  Each speaker will have three (3) minutes to speak.  Audience time is not a discussion session with the Council members; please do not expect a response to your comments.
The following rules related to the behavior of audience members are expected to be followed:
City of Waukegan Code of Ordinances, Sec. 2-65.1. - Rules of decorum at City Council Meetings.
The presiding officer shall conduct city council meetings in an orderly manner. No person in the audience shall engage in disorderly conduct, including any act that disturbs, disrupts, or otherwise impedes the orderly conduct of any council meeting or the presentation of any speaker.
During the public comment portion of the city council meetings, if any, all public comments are limited to three minutes per individual. Individuals are directed to be brief and concise in making their remarks and to address topics directly relevant to business of the city council.
The presiding officer, after one warning, may rule any individual addressing the city council out of order if the individual:
(1) Becomes repetitive;
(2) Exceeds the three-minute limitation;
(3) Makes personal attacks against others;
(4) Makes rude or slanderous remarks;
(5) Becomes threatening or boisterous;
(6) Engages in electioneering for candidate(s); or
(7) Otherwise interferes with the orderly and dignified conduct of the meeting.
If ruled out of order and is found by the chair to be out of order, the individual may be barred from further remarks at that city council meeting and barred from further attendance at that meeting. This ruling of the chair can be overridden by a two-thirds vote of the aldermen present.
Nothing herein is intended to limit or restrain negative, positive or neutral comments about the manner in which an individual employee, officer, official or council member carries out his or her duties in public office or public employment of the city.  (Ord. No. 07-O-53, § 2, 5-7-07)

2021 Regular Committee Meetings

Time: Between 5:00 PM and 7:00 PM

1st Monday of the Month 
Community Development
Government Operations & Oversight

3rd Monday of the Month
Finance & Purchasing
Public Works & Infrastructure

When Called
Code Revisions, Appeals & Negotiations 

Waukegan City Hall
Council Chamber
100 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue
Waukegan IL 60085

*Note: When legal holidays fall on Monday (City Hall is closed for business) the regular meetings of the City Council are held the following Tuesday at 7:00 PM

Electioneering Definition via Illinois State Board of Elections

Any broadcast, cable, satellite or internet communication, that refers to a clearly identified candidate, or candidates, who will appear on the ballot, a clearly identified political party, or question of public policy that will appear on the ballot for nomination for election, election, or retention, and is made within (i) 60 days before a general election or consolidated election or (ii) 30 days before a primary election that is targeted to the relevant electorate and is susceptible to no reasonable interpretation other than as an appeal to vote for or against a clearly identified candidate for nomination for election, election, or retention, a political party, or a question of public policy.