Updated on June 15, 2020: View the Town Hall.
Last night as Fremont City Hall was lit up in crimson and gold honoring the memory of George Floyd, we paused to reflect his tragic death on May 25. Our nation, the state, and our local city will forever be changed. Through healthy dialogue and our community working together, Fremont will continue taking important steps to move our city forward.
I’d like to personally invite you to join me and Police Chief Kimberly Petersen tomorrow for a Virtual Town Hall on Wednesday, June 10 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. This will be a conversation around policing in our community and we’ll be joined by several other speakers including City Manager Mark Danaj, Police Captain Sean Washington, and Pastor Bryan Murphy from South Bay Community Church. There will be ample time for comments and questions. Details on how to participate and ask questions are provided below. The Virtual Town Hall will take place on Zoom and will also be streamed on the Police Department’s Facebook page and aired on Channel 27, the Fremont Government Channel.
Our City is committed to listening and being part of the conversation. I look forward to you joining us.
Mayor Lily Mei
How to Join the Virtual Town Hall
Webinar ID: 925 8663 7817
URL to join online (bit.ly/June-10-2020-Town-Hall)
How To Ask a Question during Q&A Portion of Virtual Town Hall
1. By phone 833-430-0037 (toll free). Webinar ID: 925 8663 7817. Click *9 to raise a hand to speak, via phone.
2. By online (bit.ly/June-10-2020-Town-Hall)
- Use a current, up-to-date browser: Chrome 30+, Firefox 27+, Microsoft Edge 12+, Safari 7+. Certain functionality may be disabled in older browsers including Internet Explorer. Mute all other audio before speaking. Using multiple devices can cause an audio feedback.
- Enter an email address and name. The name will be visible online and will be used to notify you that it is your turn to speak.
- When the Moderator calls your name to ask a question, click on “raise hand.” Speakers will be notified shortly before they are called to speak.
- When called, please limit your remarks to the time limit allotted.