Communicate with City Council
The Alexandria City Council welcomes public input on matters of concern to the community.
Page updated on January 11, 2023 at 11:56 AM
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Here's how you can make your voice heard:
- To reach the Mayor and Members of City Council, send a group e-mail to the Mayor and Members of City Council. If you are requesting a City service, please choose the appropriate topic so that your message can be more quickly routed to the appropriate staff.
- To reach the Mayor and Members of City Council by phone, call the City Clerk's Office at 703.746.4500.
- To speak at a meeting of City Council, go to the docket for that meeting. If the meeting will include an opportunity for public comment, there will be a link at the top of the docket to register to speak. You can also register to speak at such meetings by using the form available in the back of the room at the time of the meeting. When speaking at a public meeting, please follow the Guidelines for Civic Discourse.
- City Council has established many boards and commissions to advise its work. Consider attending a meeting of the board or commission related to your concern, or even applying for appointment to the body.