Who is the City Council?
The City Council is the legislative branch and policy making body of Provo City. The Council, through the adoption of ordinances and resolutions, establishes laws, sets policy, oversees the budget, provides opinion on the administrative branch’s execution of the law, and approves long-term contracts and commitments of City resources. The Council annually supervises an independent financial audit of the City’s fiscal affairs. Council staff provides policy analysis, legal counsel and administrative support for the Council’s legislative activities and provides the public with access to the Provo City ordinances, resolutions, agendas, minutes, and adopted policies. In addition, an extensive volunteer Neighborhood Program is administered through the Council Office.
Find meeting agendas and information on how to access and view Council meetings.
Follow the Council blog and social media accounts to participate in discussions on issues, review Council Member opinions, and stay informed.
Provo's neighborhoods are the backbone of the City's culture. The Neighborhood program provides a channel for communication among citizens, elected officials and city department staff.
Open City HallYou don't have to come to a Council meeting to have your voice heard. Open City Hall is a platform for gathering public input on current issues. Visit the Provo Chats section if you have a question about Provo City issues that we can answer for you.
Council NewsletterProvo City Council publishes a newsletter twice each month with news, updates, and resources. The Neighborhood Program publishes a monthly newsletter with more of a neighborhood focus. Subscribe to one or both to have the news delivered to your inbox.
Council Twitter Feed
Provo City Council has a Twitter feed that highlights the latest news and activities for the Council and the Neighborhood Program. Follow us during Council meetings for live updates.