Blaine Public Meetings Return to Virtual Only
The City of Blaine reopened meetings to in person attendance in July. With the recent surge in COVID-19 cases and the increased positivity rate the city will be conducting all public meetings in a virtual only format until further notice.
Mayor Tom Ryan has signed an emergency declaration that allows for Blaine City Council meetings as well as meetings of city boards and commissions to be held in an all virtual format.
This change takes effect immediately meaning that Monday's scheduled council meeting will now be online only.
There are multiple ways for the public to still participate in the meetings.
Public comments prior to the meeting
Must be received by noon on the day of the meeting. Public comments can be sent by email or by phone.
Public comments during the meeting
Public comment during the meeting will be done through the Zoom platform. You can find the link to the Zoom meeting on the cover page of the agenda or at, BlaineMN.gov/CityMeetings.
Ways to watch
Individuals who just want to watch a meeting but do not need to comment can watch through all of the normal ways the city provides.
Live stream: BlaineMN.gov/Video
Cable TV: Blaine city cable channel on Comcast(channel 799 or 16)
App: North Metro TV app on Apple TV or Roku
Please check the city’s website often for the most current updates.