City Council Meeting – Open Session

City Council Meeting – Open Session.

When: 6:00pm, on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month.  Also, additional Open Sessions may be scheduled on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays as well.

Where: The City Council meets in the City Council Chambers – the public is welcome to attend!

There are three ways to watch & attend:

  1. Come in person to the City Council Chambers, sit in the audience, speak on items.
  2. Watch on TV:  Spectrum Channel #8,  Frontier Communications Channel #41
  3. Live Stream:  Click Here to access the meeting Online

What:  The City Council agenda is posted 72 hours before the meeting online at

May I Make / Submit Comments?  Yes, the public may make and/or submit comments on the topics at the public beginning of the meeting at 4:30pm.

What Can I Expect?

Each meeting has 4 main components which can last 1 – 5 hours.  Average meeting time is about 3 hours.

  1. Opening Roll Call, Pledge of Allegiance, City Council Announcements
  2. Consent Calendar – Items for City Council Approval that do not require much discussion.  Some items do get discussed, and you may speak on these items if you wish.
  3. Public Participation on Non-Agenda Items – 30 minutes, the public and address the City Council on anything except what’s on the night’s agenda.
  4. Public Hearings & Items for Discussion/Action – These topics are discussed and votes and other actions may be taken and/or recommended.
  5. City Manager & Mayor / City Council Items – Any informational items and referrals to City Staff.
  6. Meeting Adjourns

Can I watch previous meetings?

Yes, all meetings are available and you can access them here:


Sep 27 2022


6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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Redondo Beach City Council Chambers


Redondo Beach City Council Chambers
415 Diamond Street, Redondo Beach, CA 90277
Eleanor Manzano - Redondo City Clerk


Eleanor Manzano - Redondo City Clerk
(310) 318-0656

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