*Citizens may comment on any subject within the jurisdiction of the City Council/Successor Agency to the
Redevelopment Agency/Public Finance Authority/Parking Authority, including items on the Agenda. Each speaker
is limited to two minutes. Speakers must submit “Request to Speak” cards to the City Clerk, and be prepared to
speak when called. No speaker cards will be received after the close of the Citizen’s Comments portion of the
**Speakers should hold comments on items listed as a Hearing until the Hearing is opened.
The City of Stockton invites public comments in multiple forms. You provide your comments by using one of these
1. e-Comment - follow the e-comment link on the City's agenda page stockton.granicusideas.com/meetings
2. Email - you may email your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Voicemail - you can leave a voice message by dialing (209) 937-8459.
4. In-Person Comments - a) Speakers must submit "request to speak cards" to the Clerk prior to the Public
Comment portion of the agenda. No speaker cards will be accepted after the close of Public Comment. Please
redirect any inquiries to City.Clerk@stocktonca.gov. b) Address only issues over which the meeting body has
jurisdiction. c) Each speaker will be limited to one 2-minute comment opportunity. Donating time is not authorized.
d) Your time will be displayed on the speaker podium for convenience.
*All written and voicemail public comments received by the Clerk's Office 90 minutes prior to the meeting start time
will be forwarded to the meeting body members as correspondence and attached the minutes. All comments
received after that time will be forwarded as correspondence the following business day.
***Additions to the Agenda - Government Code Section 54954.2(b)(2), allows members of the City Council present
at the meeting to take immediate action, with either a two-thirds or unanimous vote, to place an item on the agenda
that action must be taken and that the item came to the attention of the City subsequent to the agenda being
All proceedings before this meeting body are conducted in English. The City of Stockton does not furnish
language interpreters and, if one is needed, it shall be the responsibility of the person needing one.
In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act and California Law, it is the policy of the City of Stockton to
offer its public programs, services and meetings in a manner that is readily accessible to everyone, including those
with disabilities. If you are a person with a disability and require a copy of a public hearing notice, or an agenda
and/or agenda packet in an appropriate alternative format; or if you require other accommodation, please contact
the Office of the City Clerk located at 425 North El Dorado Street, Stockton, California 95202 during normal
business hours or by calling (209) 937-8458, at least 5 days in advance of the hearing/meeting. Advance
notification within this guideline will enable the City/Agency to make reasonable arrangements to ensure
Materials related to an item on this agenda submitted to City Council after distribution of the agenda packet are
available for public inspection in the City Clerk's Office at 425 North El Dorado Street, Stockton, California 95202,
subject to staff's ability to post the documents before the meeting.
CHALLENGING CITY DECISIONS: The time limit within which to commence any lawsuit or legal challenge to any
quasi-adjudicative decision made by the City is governed by Section 1094.6 of the Code of Civil Procedure, unless
a shorter limitation period is specified by any other provision. Under Section 1094.6, any lawsuit or legal challenge
to any quasi-adjudicative decision made by the City must be filed no later than the 90th day following the date on
which such decision becomes final. Any lawsuit or legal challenge, which is not filed within that 90-day period, will
be barred. If a person wishes to challenge the nature of the above section in court, they may be limited to raising
only those issues they or someone else raised at the meeting described in this notice, or in written correspondence
delivered to the City of Stockton, at or prior to the meeting. In addition, judicial challenge may be limited or barred
where the interested party has not sought and exhausted all available administrative remedies.