City Attorney's Office, General Information
The City Attorney provides legal advice to the City Council and represents
and advises all officials, departments, boards, commissions and agencies of
the City. The City Council appoints the City Attorney. Eugene Mei is Longmont's
City Attorney. A Deputy City Attorney and three Assistant City Attorneys assist
the City Attorney.
The City Attorney's office gives the City legal advice on adoption and interpretation
of City laws, called ordinances. The City Code is a book of general and permanent
City ordinances. The City Code is available online or in the Longmont Public
Library, at 4th and Kimbark. The City Attorney attends all City Council meetings,
to provide legal advice, if needed.
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