The overhead camera in the council chamber was damaged recently by a power surge.
Speakers and presenters are encouraged to save their presentations on a USB memory stick and use the PC laptop at the speaker's podium to project and display their documents on the screen.
The city is reviewing its options for replacing the document camera.
When a City Council, Planning Commission, Licensing Board, or Historical Preservation Board meeting is in session, its button below will be highlighted. For other meeting broadcasts, click on the board's tab below.
Action Minutes are the official record for meetings
In March 2014, city council approved an ordinance making the video recording of meetings the official record for the City of Littleton.
In February 2017, the city council approved an amendment to the code adding a new definition for minutes. "The term minutes shall mean action minutes of the meeting of the city council or any of its authorities, boards or commissions. Action minutes shall mean motions, the vote of any motion, and the name of any citizens speaking under public comment and/or public hearings and their stance.
The video recordings of meetings shall be kept in perpetuity.
In addition to city council, most meetings of six council-appointed boards are live streamed, live cablecast on Comcast and Century Link Channel 8, and are usually available for viewing on demand the day after a meeting.
Archived meeting documents (before 2009)
Documents for meetings before the city began to video record them are available on the Archived City Council Meeting Documents page.