Meeting Agendas & Minutes

As the legislative branch of the Town of Havana government, the Council holds open public meetings where local laws, policies, and basic decisions for the city are discussed and decided. Council members are elected at large and elect a Mayor from amongst themselves each May after new members have been sworn in. 

Notice for all public meetings, along with agendas, are posted in advance of the meeting. Minutes are posted after meetings have concluded. (when available)

The Town Council of Havana welcomes and encourages public participation at all Council meetings. Visitors may speak for up to three (3) minutes on non-agenda items. Public comments and participation are also encouraged for items on the agenda. Any visitors wishing to speak must fill out a request card which is located on the front table.   Comments on non-agenda items will be heard at the beginning of each meeting.  Visitors wishing to address the Council on an agenda item should note the agenda item number on the request card. The Mayor will call for visitors to speak on specific agenda items when the Council moves to that item, and comments on agenda items will also be limited to three (3) minutes.