Streaming Video can be accessed from http://councilontheweb.edmonton.ca/
Council and Committee Meetings Video
Video streaming is available during all public Council and Committee meetings held in Council Chambers and the River Valley Room. Most meetings are held in these rooms. If a meeting is held in another location, video streaming is unavailable. Please check the agenda to confirm the location of a meeting, by visiting www.edmonton.ca/meetings.
Archived video of meetings held after November 16, 2009, are linked to the minutes of each meeting, found at www.edmonton.ca/meetings.
You can confirm that the site is working by clicking on the desired video or audio link. If there is no meeting, or the meeting has moved into private, you will see a picture of City Hall with a message that there is no live meeting at this time.
Meeting items referenced as "Private" will not be available for viewing.
To check meeting schedules, go to current meetings.
Streaming video carries a delay of up to 10 seconds from the live meeting.
Google Chrome is the ideal browser for the live streaming of Council and Committee meetings. Microsoft Edge for Windows 10 can also be used. For all other browsers, please ensure your Flash plugin is enabled.
To view video from past meetings, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge or Internet Explorer may be used.
The City of Edmonton cannot guarantee the compatibility of your equipment.
No. City employees are not available to provide technical assistance and no guarantee is given that you will be able to make a connection with your device. City of Edmonton employees cannot accept any liability for handling your equipment.
If you are having difficulty connecting to this service, you may need to contact your device vendor to ensure that your configuration is set up to access this service.
If you have questions regarding meeting schedules or agendas please contact the Office of the City Clerk.
Real-time captioning is shown the live-stream of sessions held in Council Chamber and the River Valley Room. Sessions or parts of a session held in private are not captioned.
The closed captioning can be turned on and off.
With real-time closed captioning, a captioner listens to the proceedings either onsite or from another location, and instantaneously transcribes the spoken word to text using specialized software and equipment. With real-time closed captioning, the text is added immediately and not after as in some closed captioning.