Board of Supervisors Upcoming and Archived Meetings

Citizen comment and in-person procedures for Board’s January 27th meeting

The Hanover County Board of Supervisors will meet on Wednesday, January 27, 2021, at 6 p.m. A Citizens' Time period will be held at the beginning of the meeting and several public hearings will be held beginning at 7 p.m.

Hanover County is striving to conduct the public’s business, take the necessary precautions to protect residents participating in public meetings, and comply with Governor Northam’s guidelines prohibiting large gatherings and maintaining social distancing. Accordingly, Hanover County has expanded the ways residents may provide comment without having to appear in person by establishing email addresses for Citizens' Time and for Public Hearing Comments. All comments received will be made part of the meeting record. A link to these two emails will be provided Tuesday, January 19th. The deadline for submitting comments is Tuesday, January 26th at 5pm. 

In-person procedures

Citizens wishing to attend the meeting in person will be required to wear a face covering at all times, including when speaking at the podium.  A maximum of ten (10) non-staff persons will be allowed in the board room at one time. Staff will be in the lobby to facilitate attendees’ entry to and exit from the board room. A registration page is being established for citizens who wish to speak in person. That link will be posted here once it is available.. The deadline to register to speak is Tuesday, January 26th at 5pm. Speakers will be called based on the order registered through the link provided. Citizens who have not registered but wish to speak will be allowed to do so if time allows, after the registered speakers have been called.

Live Streaming of Board of Supervisor Meetings

The County provides live streaming of Board of Supervisor meetings using CivicClerk software. The County will also live stream the Board meetings using a second video streaming service, Granicus, which can be accessed here. CivicClerk will remain as the County’s primary video streaming option. Granicus should be used only if you experience issues with CivicClerk.

Previous meeting minutes are available here.

See details and instructions on how to use our system in our help document.