Flint City Council
One of the most important functions of the Flint City Council is to review and adopt the budget for the City of Flint. City Council is vested with legislative powers and all duties as assigned by state law or city charter. City Council members are elected to serve for terms of four years.
Council is also vested by charter with the authority to make investigations into the affairs of the City and the conduct of any city agency. All records of Council business and copies of law and official documents regulating the conduct of the City business are available, at cost, to the public.
The date for the next council meeting is listed in our Calendar of Events. These meetings are open to the public.
RULES GOVERNING MEETINGS OF THE FLINT CITY COUNCIL
To see the rules adopted by City Council on June 12, 2017, please click here.
City of Flint Board and Commission Procedures on Conducting Electronic Public Meetings
To see the rules that must be adopted in accordance with revisions to the Open Meetings Act adopted in Senate Bill 1108, as passed on October 13, 2020, and signed in to law on October 16, 2020, (a public hearing will take place on Dec. 21, 2020), please click here.
American Rescue Plan (ARPA) Spending Categories (DRAFT) click here.
Newly Passed Ordinance
Recreational Marijuana Facilities 60-Day Emergency Ordinance, passed by the Flint City Council on 10-31-19. Click here to view ordinance.
*Watch Flint City Council Meetings Online via YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp2cWTuocUM3awU4xXWzwaw
YOU CAN NOW VIEW ORDINANCES ONLINE