Woburn City Council Meeting March 24, 2020 will be virtual

The City Council will hold its Regular Meeting as a virtual meeting on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at 7:00 pm.  You can access the meeting online or by telephone.

 

To view this meeting on computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone with speakers and microphone, use this link at the above date and time and at the prompt enter the Password 161505:

https://zoom.us/j/805728950?pwd=elBBdEszLzVTdnRJNTQvR0lSZkV3QT09

 

By telephone dial:   1-646-558-8656

At the prompt enter Meeting ID:   805 728 950

At the next prompt enter Password:   161505

 

Some information on the technology

The City Council will be using Zoom technology. You can learn more about Zoom at www.zoom.us You can join the meeting by computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone at the link above, or by calling the telephone number above. If you use a computer, you have to have at a minimum a microphone and speakers. You have to enable your microphone to work with Zoom. Some computer and smartphone earphones have a built-in microphone that work. When you connect to Zoom it may ask you to enable the microphone and you have to answer yes. You can also go into settings to allow the connection. It may be different for different devices, but you should be able to go to “settings”, then “privacy”, then “microphone” and then hit the button to enable the microphone on Zoom. You have to have speakers, headphone or earbuds connected to your computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone. It may be different for different devices, but you should be able to go to “settings”, then “privacy”, then “speakers” and then hit the button to enable the speakers on Zoom. Video is not required but if you have a computer, laptop, tablet or are using a smartphone, you can enable the camera so that you will appear on the screen. If you do not, your name or an icon will appear on the screen. When you log into Zoom it may ask you if you want to enable the camera and if you respond yes, then you will appear on video. It may be different for different devices, but you should be able to go to “settings”, then “privacy”, then “camera” and then hit the button to enable the video on Zoom. The alternative is to call into the meeting using a telephone or smartphone.

Mayor Galvin and the Board of Health are asking members of the community to practice strict physical distancing to save lives and contain the spread of COVID-19. For more information please visit this page