Virtual Board of Commissioners Work Session set for April 7
In accordance with Wake County’s Stay-at-Home Order, the Board of Commissioners Work Session on Tuesday, April 7, at 5:30 p.m. will be conducted virtually and not open to on-site visitors. The virtual meeting will allow the Board to conduct the important business of government, while protecting the health and safety of the Commissioners, the public and Town staff. The only individuals expected to be physically in attendance are the Mayor and most of the Commissioners, the Town Manager, Town Clerk and Town Attorney. All will be seated in a manner that ensures proper social distancing.
Members of the public may live stream the meeting at bit.ly/WFTV10 and https://bit.ly/TOWFPublicMeetingPortal and view it on Spectrum Channel 10 (WFTV10).
There are also two new ways the public can participate via audio only in the April 7 meeting:
- Join the meeting through Zoom from your computer or
The information below is specific to the April 7 meeting. It will be updated later with information for the April 21 Board of Commissioners meeting.
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 845 550 220
By clicking on the link to join the meeting, the Zoom software application will be downloaded to your computer. There is no cost associated with the software or attending the meeting.
- Join the meeting through audio only via
When prompted, enter meeting ID: 845550220#
Depending on your carrier, long distances charges may apply.
The April 7 Board of Commissioners Work Session will be the Board’s first virtual meeting, so we appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to fully develop our virtual meeting capabilities. For more information, visit https://bit.ly/TOWFPublicMeetingPortal.