City Council Meetings & Agendas
- 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m.
- Neosho City Hall Council Chambers
203 E Main Street
Neosho, MO 64850
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available twenty-four hours prior to the council and board meetings. Minutes are available following approval of the council.
Archived agendas and minutes from 2021 and 2022 can be located in the Archived Agenda Center.
All other agendas and minutes, including video, can be found below.
Request to Address Council
Persons wishing to address the City Council may do so two ways:
- Visitors may sign up to address council at the Council Meeting with the City Clerk, before the beginning of the meeting.
- Visitors may complete the Request to Address Council form below and submit before the beginning of the City Council meeting.
City Council meetings begin at 7:00p.m and doors open at 6:30p.m. If you wish to be on the posted agenda, the Request to Address Council form must be received by the City Clerk prior to 12:00 p.m.(noon) on the Friday preceding the scheduled council meeting. If the request is received after the noon deadline, it will not be listed on the online agenda. Visitors who address City Council will be heard under Visitor’s Business.
Persons wishing to address the City Council regarding an item on the agenda (that is not a public hearing) may speak on that item at the time it is introduced by completing the Request to Address Council below and submit it to the City Clerk before the Council meeting begins or may sign up with the City Clerk at the City Council meeting, before the meeting begins.
- When your name is called, approach the podium, and state your name clearly for the record. You will have five (5) minutes to speak.
Any person requesting to speak to the Council shall address the Council. The speaker shall not address City staff or members of the public unless authorized to do so by the Mayor or a majority of the Council.
Council meetings are not a public forum. Each person who addresses the Council shall do so in an orderly manner and shall not make personal attacks, impertinent, slanderous, or profane remarks to any member of the Council, staff, or the general public. Any person who makes such remarks, or who utters loud, threatening, personal, or abusive language, or engages in any other disorderly conduct which disrupts, disturbs, or otherwise impedes the orderly conduct of any Council meeting shall, at the discretion of the Mayor or a majority of the Council, be barred from further audience before the Council during that meeting and expelled by the sergeant-at-arms.
Speakers should not expect Council members to comment on or respond to their comments directly during the meeting. However, the Mayor or a majority of the Council may request that the City Manager’s office follow up with a speaker after the meeting or provide additional information to the Council at a later date.