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During the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Henderson is broadcasting meetings online!

Officials and staff will be logging onto a video webinar from the convenience & safety of a remote location.

Meetings will broadcast online on our website and on Zoom for citizens to watch.

QUESTIONS?

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HOW CAN I WATCH?

Meetings will be broadcasted online on Zoom, Twitter, Facebook, and our City's Website for citizens to watch.

To see a list of our scheduled meetings, please view our City Calendar.

HOW CAN I PARTICIPATE?

Speaking at a City meeting is easy!

1. Go to Zoom.Us to create a FREE account – OR download the app to your phone:

2. Fill out the Public Participation Request form. You will then be sent a Zoom invite to speak. If you do not have access to use Zoom, you may still dial in the phone number to speak.

* All submissions must be in by 12:00 PM the Friday prior to the City Commissioners meeting.

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