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At all Regular Meetings, there is a time for "Public Comment and Requests Regarding Agenda Items" at the beginning of the meeting. There is another opportunity at the end of the meeting, called "Public Requests from the Floor," where the public may address the Commission on any personal concerns. Usually, a time limit of three minutes is adhered to for each individual.
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Please see our Phone Directory for telephone numbers. Also, elected officials may be contacted via email by typing in the first initial of their first name followed by their last name @lighthousepointfl.gov, i.e. the email address for Jane Doe would be firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City Commission holds its regular meetings on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month (with some exceptions).
Regular meetings usually begin at 6:30 pm, and are held in:City Hall Complex/Fletcher Hall2200 NE 38 StreetLighthouse Point, Florida 33064
All regular meetings are open to the public. On some occasions, the City Commission may hold a Special Meeting or a Workshop. They are scheduled on an as-needed basis. These meetings are also open to the public.
The City Commission may occasionally hold an Attorney-Client Session or Executive Session also on an as-needed basis. The very beginning and the very end of the Sessions are usually open to the public; however, the majority of the meeting involves litigation issues and is closed to the public, per Florida Statutes.
The public is welcome to address the Commission during "Public Requests from the Floor" at all Regular Meetings.
You may correspond with each member of the Commission.
You may contact them by telephone, email, or fax.
City Commission agendas are usually available four days prior to a meeting, and are posted on the Notice Board outside of City Hall, are available at City Hall in the City Clerk’s office, and are posted to the City’s website.
Please contact the Supervisor of Elections office at 954-357-7050 for an updated list of precinct information, or any other information pertaining to an Election.
Maps are available in the City Clerk’s Office, or you can view a smaller version online on the Building and Zoning page of our website.
All information can be received through DemandStar by visiting their website, by going to the Bids page, or by calling the City Clerk’s office at 954-943-6500.