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City of Rockwall provides modified access for upcoming city council meeting

Last updated on May 1, 2020

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Rockwall, Texas – April 3, 2020 – The City of Rockwall continues to provide its full range of services to residents while taking recommended precautions. The Rockwall City Council will once again modify the activities for their regular meeting on Monday, April 6. Consistent with Governor Abbott’s Executive Order and CDC recommended guidelines of having no more than 10 people in a gathering, and using the 6’ social distancing rule, the City of Rockwall is offering alternative ways for the public to participate in open meetings. 

Submit Comments Via E-Mail

Citizens are encouraged to submit public comments at least 30 minutes in advance of the meeting by emailing them to: [email protected]. Please include your name and address when submitting comments. Also, please be concise, and limit your comments to those that may be read within 3 mins. or less.

Participate In the Meeting Remotely Via “Zoom”

Alternatively, citizens may wish to participate in the meeting virtually by joining with ZOOM, either via their computer, mobile device or telephone.

Special Notes: Only the two-way ‘audio’ feature of ZOOM will be utilized during the meeting – no ZOOM video will be used. If you are WATCHING remotely via our city website’s “Live Stream,” please note there is a 7 second delay, whereas, ZOOM is more “real time.” Therefore, you should decide to do one or the other – choose either ZOOM OR “Live Video Streaming.” Please do NOT try to do both at once, as the timing of the two services conflicts.

Zoom Remote Conferencing Instructions

Register in advance to participate in the City Council meeting at the following link:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Or Dial-in via Telephone:

US: +1 301 715 8592 or +1 312 626 6799

Webinar ID: 682 599 128

NOTE: Press *9 to request to speak or to cancel your request. You will be acknowledged to provide comments during the meeting.

Watch the Meeting “Live Stream” Online

As always, the public may watch the meeting ‘live’ online by visiting:

Again, please do not try and do BOTH the “Live Stream” AND ZOOM at the same time, as the timing of the two services conflicts. If you feel you must watch the “Live Stream” while also listening in on ZOOM, please MUTE the live stream’s audio (as it is delayed, as compared to ZOOM).

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