Pflugerville City Council to discuss Lake Pflugerville reopening at May 21 special meeting

The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. via WebEx, an online video conferencing platform. (Community Impact staff)
The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. via WebEx, an online video conferencing platform. (Community Impact staff)

The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. via WebEx, an online video conferencing platform. (Community Impact staff)

Pflugerville City Council has called for a virtual special meeting May 21 to discuss the reopening of Lake Pflugerville, according to a May 18 city news release. The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. via WebEx, an online video conferencing platform.

Residents interested in watching the meeting online can register here, with the meeting's access code listed as 967 644 092. A listening-only mode is available to residents by calling 408-418-9388. Meeting livestreams are also available online at PfTV and on the city's public access channel 17.


Public comment is available via video conferencing, telephone or in written form, per the release. Both verbal and written commenters must register for or submit their statements no less than two hours prior to the meeting's start, per the release. Those wishing to address council verbally are required to call in 15 minutes prior to the meeting's start and will address council at the beginning of the meeting during the public comment agenda item, per the release.

To register for public comment or to submit a written statement, email [email protected]. Instructions on how to submit a a public comment are available here.

Any updates made to city services and facility usages will be updated here.


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