Check the County Council meeting schedule for Committee and Council meeting dates and times. Council meetings are usually scheduled on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at 6:30 PM.
The public is invited to speak in the Council Meeting for three minutes before each item of legislation is voted on and then again before the Meeting is adjourned.
View Council's Agenda's, and Minutes. Listen to Audio Files of Council and Committee meetings. Live video streaming of meetings in real time!
In the linked Agenda Center view agendas and minutes for all Boards and Commissions. Past years' agendas and minutes are found in the Archive Center.
See the presentations shown to Council members during Council and Committee Meetings by individuals from a wide variety of departments, groups, organizations, industries and businesses.
The presentations focus on County issues, information, and data: from public safety to development, sewers to parks and libraries, our County's finances, and much more.
Do you know the Council District you live in? Which Council member represents you?
View the overall district map, or look at individual district maps to find the district you live in. The page will also show the names of Council representatives by district.
The County Council is the legislative branch of New Castle County government. The Council body includes 13 Council members elected from each of 12 districts and the Council President, who is elected at-large.
See Pending Legislation waiting to be moved forward.
View the Pending Legislation - 2017 - Present, Text Amendment Ordinances Referred to Department of Land Use Awaiting Return to Council, Rezoning Ordinances Referred to Department of Land Use Awaiting Return To Council, Ordinances Referred to Boards & Commissions Awaiting Return to Council, and Tabled Legislation
Looking for legislation? Try our legislation search tool.
Search by Sponsor, Include Co-sponsorships, Title and Description, Introduced After, Introduced Before, or by Bill #.
Keep up with Council's latest news, annoucements and events for your neighborhood with the app Nextdoor.
Nextdoor makes it safe to share online the kinds of things you share with your neighbors in person. Every neighbor must verify their address in the neighborhood. Every neighbor must use their real name. Nextdoor is securely encrypted using the HTTPS Internet protocol.
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Council President Karen Hartley-Nagle
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