|City Council Full Agenda Packets Now
Available Via Internet
June 21, 2007
For the first time, the entire content of agenda packets for city Council meetings is available via the Internet. Instructions follow:
FOR PUBLIC ACCESS TO THE AGENDA PACKET USING THE SIRE AGENDA PLUS AGENDA MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
1. Type in the web address: http://sireweb.ci.richmond.ca.us/sirepub
2. At the screen titled SIRE Screen Solutions, click the Meetings tab.
3. At the next screen, click the calendar icon adjacent to the date of the meeting you wish to view documents.
4. At the next screen, titled Public Web Application, under Meeting Documents you can access the agenda documents from one of the three following areas:
a. Agenda (html) – Click html and the next screen will split. On the left, the agenda appears and on the right there is an orange screen where the title of each supporting document will appear with a pdf icon adjacent to it. To access individual agenda item documents, scroll the agenda to an item, click the item, and then click the pdf icon adjacent to the title of the documents, and the document will appear on the screen. You can view or print the document.
b. Agenda - Click the pdf icon and the agenda will appear. Scroll to the item you wish to view, click the item and a list of the supporting documents will appear. Click the pdf icon to view or print a document.
c. Agenda Packet – The assembled packet can be viewed.
INSTRUCTIONS TO ACCESS THE AGENDA PACKET
1. Go to Quick Links at the Clerk’s webpage and click Agenda Packet.
2. Click the calendar icon for the meeting documents you wish to view or print.
3. Click html under Meeting Documents.
4. Scroll the agenda to an item. Click the item and the list of supporting documents for the item will appear on the right side of the screen.
5. Click the pdf icon adjacent to the title of the document.
With agendas and minutes posted more timely than ever and Streaming Video of City Council and City Council Committee meetings, Richmond has truly made some remarkable advances in providing up to date legislative information to the public. Much credit goes to the city manager, the city clerk and the IT Department, including the KCRT staff.