City Council Meeting Agenda Packet
CANCELLED - The tour scheduled Monday, July 8, 2024, at Umpqua Community College (UCC) - 1140 Umpqua College Rd., Roseburg, Oregon, has been cancelled due to the extreme heat advisory. The next regular meeting of the City Council is scheduled on Monday, July 22, 2024.

Public Viewing Access:

In person at Roseburg City Hall Council Chamber
City website at
Facebook Live at

City Council Meetings
Regular City Council meetings are held the second and fourth Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers or can be viewed by the public on the City's website and Facebook Live (see above). Agendas for upcoming Council meetings are available on this page of the website.

Public Input
The Roseburg City Council welcomes and encourages citizen participation at all of our regular meetings, with the exception of Executive Sessions, which, by state law, are closed to the public. To allow Council to deal with business on the agenda in a timely fashion, we ask that anyone wishing to address the Council follow these simple guidelines:

Comments may be provided in one of three ways:

  • IN PERSON during the meeting in the Council Chambers, Roseburg City Hall, 900 SE Douglas Ave.
    Each speaker must provide their name, address, phone number and topic on the Audience Participation Sign-In Sheet.
  • VIA EMAIL by sending an email by 12:00 p.m. the day of the meeting to
    These will be provided to the Council but will not be read out loud during the meeting. Please include your name, address and phone number within the email.
  • VIRTUALLY during the meeting. Contact the City Recorder by phone (541) 492-6866 or email ( by 12:00 p.m. the day of the meeting to get a link to the meeting. 
    Each speaker must provide their name, address, phone number and topic in the email. Speakers will need to log or call in prior to the start of the meeting using the link or phone number provided. When accessing the meeting through the ZOOM link, click “Join Webinar” to join the meeting as an attendee. All attendees will be held in a “waiting room” until called on to speak. It is helpful if the speaker can provide a summary of their comments via email to ensure technology/sound challenges do not limit Council’s understanding.

  • Anyone wishing to speak regarding an item on the agenda may do so when Council addresses that item.
  • Anyone wishing to speak regarding an item on the Consent Agenda, or on a matter not on the evening’s agenda, may do so under “Audience Participation.”

  1. Speakers will be called by the Mayor in the order in which they signed up. The Mayor will generally call in-person speakers prior to calling speakers participating via Zoom. Each virtual speaker will be transferred from the “waiting room” into the meeting to provide comments, then moved back to the “waiting room” upon completion of their comments.
  2. Persons addressing the Council in person or virtually must state their name and city of residence for the record.

TIME LIMITATIONS - A total of 30 minutes shall be allocated for the “Audience Participation” portion of the meeting. With the exception of public hearings, each speaker will be allotted a total of 6 minutes, unless the number of speakers will exceed the maximum time. In this case, the Mayor may choose to decrease the allotted time for each speaker in order to hear from a wider audience. All testimony given shall be new and not have been previously presented to Council.

 Audience Participation is a time for the Mayor and Council to receive input from the public. The Council may respond to audience comments after “Audience Participation” has been closed or during “Items from Mayor, Councilors or City Manager” after completion of the Council’s business agenda. The Council reserves the right to delay any action requested until they are fully informed on the matter.

Councilors and citizens shall maintain order and decorum at Council meetings. Any audience member may be directed to leave the meeting if they use unreasonably loud, disruptive, or threatening language, make loud or disruptive noise, engage in violent or distracting action, willfully damage furnishings, refuse to obey the rules of conduct, or refuse to obey an order of the Mayor or majority of Council. No signs, posters or placards are allowed in the meeting room.

All speakers and audience members should treat everyone with respect and maintain a welcoming environment. Please avoid actions that could be distracting such as cheering, booing, or applause. Please turn cell phones to silent and enter and exit the Council Chambers quietly if the meeting is in progress and take any conversations outside the Chambers.

The City Council meetings are on Facebook Live and available to view on the City website the next day at:
The full agenda packet is available on the City’s website at:

  Archived Council Meetings
Agendas are available on the website for the current year and one year prior. To review previous meeting agenda, please click here. If you are seeking information from an older meeting, please contact the City Administration Office. A public records request may be required.