Your London Ohio City Council is the highest level of local government. The council make decisions for the city as a whole through representatives that provide public opinion. London Citizens may attend the Council Meetings and offer opinions or raise concerns about proposals, local services and violations of ordinances during Audience Concerns. This feedback helps the local government body make decisions.
The City of London Ohio Council meet on the first and third Thursday at 6:30PM of every month at the City Council Chambers
located at 6 E. 2nd St., London, Ohio 43140.
The Council meetings are primarily for acting on legislation which already has been discussed and deliberated in committee meetings.
You may, however, request permission to address Council on an issue by submitting a written request specifying the topic to be discussed to the President of Council no later than the Friday prior to the next scheduled City Council meeting. The President will consider each request and will either refer you to your Ward Council person or the appropriate committee for action, or instruct the Clerk of Council to notify you of the appointed time to address council.