Pflugerville City Council will meet in a virtual council meeting at 5 p.m. on April 2 to consider whether to postpone its May 2 bond election, according to a March 30 city news release. The consideration follows Travis County's March 19 announcement that the county would not support May elections, with clarification that government bodies within the county must take individual action to formally postpone their elections due to coronavirus concerns.

The resolution regarding a postponement of the May 2 elections is the only item included on the April 2 agenda. The telephone and video meeting will be available for stream online at this link, using the access code 968 524 101 for full access.

Citizens interested in speaking during public comment can do so through the WebEx stream and must register up to two hours before the meeting in order to guarantee their speaking time. Both written comments and public comment requests can be submitted by emailing [email protected] Further instructions on how to use the WebEx stream are provided here.

The meeting agenda and agenda packet are posted on the city's website, linked here. For residents interested in only viewing the livestream, the meeting will be broadcasted on PfTV.