Seymour City Council Members
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Mary K. Fair
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MPT, Monty Glass
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The Council Agenda, lists all items under consideration during a session. It is available to the public 72 hours before the meeting. Agendas are available online, printed in the Baylor County Banner, and on the City Hall bulletin boards.
Citizen Comments & Public Hearing Comments
During regular meetings, citizens have the opportunity to submit their comments to Council remotely through the following channels:
|Send us an EMAIL.|
|Call us: 940-889-3148|
|Write to us:|
City of Seymour
P.O. Box 301
Seymour TX 76380
|Use the Contact Form below|
Please include CITIZEN COMMENT or PUBLIC HEARING COMMENT
In person, citizens have one opportunity to speak to Council – at the beginning of every meeting.
- Each speaker must complete a Speaker Request Form and submit at meeting to city staff.
- Available online for prior print-out and at the meetings.
- The Mayor or Meeting Chair will determine the amount of time people will have to speak.
- Every person will have the same amount of time to speak.
During this time, we encourage our citizens to use the Public Hearing Comments Form or the Contact Form below to submit comments electronically concerning public hearings.
Public Hearings are held on an “As Required” basis. Notifications of Public Hearings are printed in the Baylor County Banner newspaper at least 15 days prior to commencing. Other posting locations include:
- on bulletin board convenient to the public in City Hall, located at 301 N Washington
- on the the City of Seymour website
Accommodations for disabilities are available upon request with at least 48 hours’ notice. Submit requests by email or call 940-889-3148.
Regular Monthly meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of each month at the City Hall Cinema located at 301 N Washington Street beginning at 7 pm. The community is welcome to attend and encouraged to sign up for public comments so that your opinions and ideas can be heard by the council.