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Legislative Information Center

 

Welcome to the City of Ann Arbor's Legislative Information Center!

This site provides quick and easy public access to legislative documents such as Legislative Files, Agendas and Minutes for the Ann Arbor City Council and other City Boards and Commissions.  We have expanded the web site to include meeting schedules, boards and commissions list as well as contact information for the City Council members.

Official certified copies of ordinances and resolutions must be obtained from the City Clerk's Office.

Beginning January 2009, additional City Boards and Commissions have been added to the Legislative Information Center.

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Legislative Information Help Center Get Help with viewing, printing and searching legislation online using these helpful tips.

Agendas, Packets & Minutes (Calendars)
Find the agendas, packets and minutes of the City Council, City Planning Commission and other City Boards and Commissions.  Review legislative items and their supporting documents that have been placed on an agenda. Links are provided to the agendas, packets and minutes for each meeting body.

Legislative File Search
Find detailed information about resolutions, ordinances, and other matters.  To print a copy of a file or other information, select the Reports tab after you have conducted your search.

Boards and Commissions
Find information regarding City Council Members, Council Committees and other City boards and commissions.  Information is listed by meeting body, name and position for easy searching and viewing.

City Council Archive Minutes
Search Ann Arbor City Council Minutes from 1891 - 1930 on the Ann Arbor District Library's website.

Video on Demand
Watch council and other boards and commission meetings on the web.

Application to serve on a City board or commission
If you are interested in applying to serve on a City board or commission, print the application and send it to the address on the application.

Ann Arbor City Code
Adopted legislation governing the city of Ann Arbor.

Questions? Comments? Please email City Clerk Jacqueline Beaudry at JBeaudry@a2gov.org or call 734-794-6140

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Contact Information
City Clerk's Office
Larcom City Hall
Second Floor 
301 E. Huron St. 
Ann Arbor, MI 48104 
(734) 794-6140
CityClerk@a2gov.org
 

M-F 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. 

 


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