After the success of this year's Coffee with the Council sessions, Council members will take advantage of the warmer months to visit the City's parks for informal discussions. The first will be Tuesday, June 25, from 5 to 7 p.m. near the splash pad at Central Park.
The Rosemount City Council is inviting citizens to share their opinions and ideas during informal sessions called "Coffee with the Council."
The next Coffee with the Council will take place on Saturday, May 11, from 9:30 to 11 a.m. at the Robert Trail Library.
The meetings are intended to give Rosemount residents a chance to share their views as the Council works to revise its goals. It's also a chance to weigh in on some of the issues coming before City government.
"The City’s success depends on your good ideas," said Mayor Bill Droste. "The Council’s regular meetings are always open to the public, but they often have a narrow focus. We hope citizens will join us at the coffees to share the big picture. We want your wisdom about what we’d all like Rosemount to become, and how we can get there."
More coffees will be offered as the year goes on.
Coffee with the Council from City of Rosemount, Minnesota on Vimeo.