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Public Comment at Commission Meetings


Independent Legislative Redistricting Commission

Please read the full approved public comment policy before registering to speak:
download Public Comment Policy - Legislative.pdf


The Colorado Independent Legislative Redistricting Commission welcomes citizen participation at its regular commission meetings.  These meetings are scheduled weekly at 1:00 PM on Fridays.  The public comment period will begin at 1:15 PM and allow 5 speakers for 3 minutes each.  Commissioners may question any commenter at the chair’s discretion.

Written comment is always welcome through the commission’s web form.
 
At this time, all public comment will be taken remotely.  Advance registration is required.  An in‑person option may be added at a later date. The commission chair retains the right to cancel the public comment period at any time and for any reason.  The public comment period will be included on the commission’s agenda unless it is canceled.

Registration opens: Monday 12:00 PM
Registration closes: Thursday 12:00 PM
Meeting time: Friday 1:00 PM
 
To register, please email colorado.redistricting2020@state.co.us and provide the following:
  • First and last name,
  • Preferred pronouns,
  • Email address,
  • Phone number,
  • Zip code,
  • The meeting at which you would like to speak (congressional or legislative),
  • Name of organization represented (if any), and
  • A brief description of the topic you wish to discuss.

The first 5 people to register during the registration period (based on email received time stamp) will be called on at the meeting. Individuals are asked to sign up only every other week, and will not be called if they spoke at the previous meeting. Everyone who registers will receive a confirmation email with the Webex meeting link and instructions.

Please note that these procedures apply to the commission’s regular scheduled meetings and are intended for procedural comments and those addressing agenda items.  The commission will have different policies for its public hearings on maps.

Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission

Please read the full approved public comment policy before registering to speak:
download Public Comment Policy - Congressional.pdf


The Colorado Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission welcomes citizen participation at its regular commission meetings on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month.  These meetings are currently scheduled at 2:00 PM, and the public comment period will begin as close to the start of the meeting as possible. The commission will hear 5 speakers for 3 minutes each.  Commissioners may question any commenter at the chair’s discretion.

Written comment is always welcome through the commission’s web form.
 
At this time, all public comment will be taken remotely.  Advance registration is required.  An in‑person option may be added at a later date. The commission chair retains the right to cancel the public comment period at any time and for any reason.  The public comment period will be included on the commission’s agenda unless it is canceled.

The first public comment period will be at the commission's May 12 meeting.
Registration opens: Friday, May 7, 12:00 PM
Registration closes: Tuesday, May 11, 12:00 PM

To register, please email colorado.redistricting2020@state.co.us and provide the following:
  • First and last name,
  • Preferred pronouns,
  • Email address,
  • Phone number,
  • Zip code,
  • The meeting at which you would like to speak (congressional or legislative),
  • Name of organization represented (if any), and
  • A brief description of the topic you wish to discuss.

The first 5 people to register during the registration period (based on email received time stamp) will be called on at the meeting. Individuals are asked to sign up for only every other public comment period, and will not be called if they spoke at the most recent meeting. Everyone who registers will receive a confirmation email with the Webex meeting link and instructions.

Please note that these procedures apply to the commission’s regular scheduled meetings and are intended for procedural comments and those addressing agenda items.  The commission will have different policies for its public hearings on maps.