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Juneau City Assembly
The City and Borough of Juneau is a home-rule municipality. The City and Borough of Juneau Assembly has nine members with the Mayor as presiding officer. Assemblymembers in the City and Borough of Juneau are elected on rotating three year terms at the regular municipal election held each first Tuesday in October. The Assembly's work is to set policy for the city manager to enact, as CBJ is a "city manager" form of government.
If you see a problem that needs fixing within the City and Borough, please use the "Tell it to City Hall" form, and your comments will be forwarded to the appropriate department for follow up.
If you have policy suggestions, you may send a message to the full Assembly by clicking [here] and selecting "Entire Assembly" from the Recipient drop-down list.
To send an email to the Assembly use the webform option above or from your own email program, send it to BoroughAssembly@juneau.org.
Please understand that all correspondence to the Assembly is an "open record" in accordance with the State of Alaska Public Records Act and becomes a public document. Please also note that the Assemblymembers cannot read or respond to constituent mail that involves any matter which is or may become the subject to an appeal before the Assembly.