New web portal provides info on Sandpoint city meetings

By Reader Staff

The city of Sandpoint rolled out a new way for the public to get important information about past and upcoming meetings, with a dedicated web page featuring agendas, packets, minutes and a link to recorded meetings. 

Announced on April 30, the platform is live at and already features meetings of the City Council, Urban Renewal Board, and Planning and Zoning Commission through the end of May.

Documents can be viewed in PDF or html formats, and dropdown menus enable users to select specific date ranges and meeting groups to more readily narrow their search for various topics. By selecting the “view details” option, users can also add meetings to their Outlook or Google calendars ahead of time.

To watch City Hall meetings remotely, users are still directed to under the “Meetings” menu item on the homepage. 

For questions or assistance with the new web page, email or call the City Clerk’s Office at [email protected] or 208-263-3310.

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