What is a Majority of a Quorum?

When a majority of a quorum, which constitutes of four or more members of the Peoria City Council, attends a meeting or event, a notice will be posted and minutes will be taken by the City Clerk's Office.

Notices will be posted at City Hall at the front doors and in the City Clerk's Office, posted at the event location, posted on the City's website and calendar, and it will be sent to the email distribution list.

To join the email distribution list of all Meeting Notices, Agendas and Minutes of the City Council, please email the City Clerk or call the City Clerk's Office at 309-494-8565.

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1. Who is my District Council Member / Town Board Trustee?
2. When are City Council meetings held?
3. How can I watch a City Council meeting if I cannot attend in person?
4. Where are Council meetings held?
5. How do I communicate with the Council if I'm hearing impaired or physically challenged?
6. What is a Majority of a Quorum?
7. What do they discuss at Council Meetings?
8. How do I address the Council at a meeting?
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