City Council Meetings
1000 San Pablo Avenue
Albany, CA 94706
1st & 3rd Monday of the month
Should there be a legal holiday on Monday, then the meeting will be on Tuesday. Should there be any change, the City Clerk will post a notice. If you have any questions, or wish to verify if a meeting has been rescheduled, please contact the City Clerk at (510) 528-5710.
Addressing the City Council at a Meeting
The Brown Act provides that every regular Council meeting provide an opportunity for the public to address the City Council on any item within its jurisdiction before or during the Council's consideration of the item, provided no action be taken on any item not on the agenda. Each member of the public will be allowed an opportunity for public comment. All persons wishing to speak on an item on the agenda are to fill out speaker cards and provide to the City Clerk.
Items Not on the City Council Agenda
Members of the public have the opportunity to address the City Council on matters not on the agenda under "Good of the City" at every City Council meeting. City policy limits each speaker to three (3) minutes. The Mayor may reduce the time limit per speaker depending on the number of speakers. The Brown Act limits the Council’s ability to take and/or discuss items that are not on the agenda; therefore, such items are normally referred to staff for comment or to a future agenda.
PLEASE NOTE: The past agendas in this section from July 7, 2008 and forward, are agendas placed on the Current Website. The agendas prior were added to this website from the old one only as historical documents and do not contact any active links to Staff Reports or support documentation. View City Council Documents.
KALB Community Media records, live streams and rebroadcasts many of the City of Albany’s advisory body meetings. You can find archives of meetings below, arranged by date, with the most recent at the top of the list. Click Video to watch/listen to the meeting and view agenda documents, or Agenda or Minutes to see just the documents. You can also search the archives by typing keywords into the Search box, or download items to view later.