SAN DIEGO–Due to the restrictions on gatherings in response to COVID-19, in-person participation at the County Board of Supervisors meetings on Tuesday, June 23 and Wednesday, June 24 will not be permitted.
The public can watch the meetings live online or on television. They can submit comments or request to speak through teleconference.
The restrictions were first put in place following the governor’s March 19 stay-at-home order.
There may be a 45-second or more delay when viewing the broadcast online, depending on the service and your internet connection.
The meetings can be viewed at Agenda Web Stream (Available live and archived several hours later), Vimeo Livestream, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Watch on TV
The meeting will also be broadcast live on: Cox channel 24 or 19, and Spectrum channel 24 or 85. The meetings are currently not available on AT&T U-Verse.
Residents can listen to the meetings on the Phone.
A call-in line is also available to listen to the live Board meeting while it is in session at (619) 531-4716. This is a listen-only line.
Members of the public can use the eComment service to submit comments on agenda and non-agenda items before and during the meeting.
Those who want to participate in the meeting and speak via teleconference must fill out the online Board of Supervisors tele-comments form and submit it by 8:30 a.m. the day of the meeting. After submitting the form, you will receive instructions on how to call in to the meeting to provide your comments.
Large groups wishing to comment on a common item are encouraged to submit comments in writing or to identify one spokesperson to join the teleconference on behalf of the group.
Additionally, Board members may be attending the meeting via teleconference or phone conference and will conduct business as usual.