Find Council meeting dates, membership, agendas, reports and minutes.
Documents including agendas for a meeting are available five clear working days before a meeting not including despatch day and meeting day.
You can also download the mod.gov app to see details of meetings and set up automatic alerts that will let you know about items on meeting agendas in your ward and committees of interest.
Have your say at council meetings
Involving local people in local decisions is the cornerstone of democracy. There are many ways you can contribute and get your voice heard at council meetings.
The 'How to have your say at meetings' reference guide (pdf, 284k) (opens new window) explains the different council meetings, what they are for and how you can have your say. It also includes guidelines for presenting a petition, statement or question at a meeting and how you will get a response.
Hard copies of documents
You can see hard copies of previous agendas, reports, minutes and decision sheets at:
You can see hard copies of agendas for future meetings at:
City Hall Reception
Webcasts of council meetings
Some meetings are webcast to improve openness, understanding and accountability of local decision making. These meetings are webcast live and are also available on-demand within 48 hours of the meeting.
See live and on-demand webcasts from the last 12 months.
Webcasts from 1 September 2014 are available to view for two years.
Photography, filming and social media use in meetings
People coming to open meetings can:
- audio record
- take photographs
- use social media.
Commentary to filming is not allowed during meetings. If you're going to a meeting you may be filmed by others at the meeting.
Democratic Services: general enquiries
PO Box 3176
Bristol, BS3 9FS
8.30am to 5pm, Monday to Thursday
8.30am to 4.30pm, Friday
Tel: 0117 922 2384
Fax: 0117 922 3842