The City of Glenwood Springs is holding its first virtual town hall Tuesday to discuss the city’s infrastructure and 2020 projects.
Jonathan Godes, the mayor of Glenwood Springs, says it will allow more residents to be informed by getting information directly from the city council.
"To be able to connect with constituents in a way where they can be sitting there with their family or their young children or their elderly parents and be able to participant is something we’ve been trying to strive for,” he said.
Residents can attend the meeting in person, call into the meeting at 866-416-5235 or watch online. There will be a period where residents can ask the council questions, virtually or in person.
Godes says the town has been planning the virtual event since last year and that it is not because of the current COVID-19 outbreak in Colorado, but public health officials will be at the meeting to answer any questions.
The interactive town hall begins Tuesday, March 10 at 6 p.m.