City Council Meetings
The City of Cherryville City Council wants citizens to have the opportunity to participate in City Council Meetings while still complying with Coronavirus guidelines for social distancing.
The City of Cherryville has two options for how you can view the monthly City Council Meeting:
Attend In Person
City Council Meetings are open meetings and citizens are welcome to attend as long as they are not sick, are not running a fever, sit six feet apart in the training room, and follow the “no handshake” policy. Complying with the social distancing guidelines reduces size gatherings to 10 people, so seating in the training room will be limited in order to comply with social distancing guidelines. Some attendees may end up sitting in the lobby where they will be able to hear the meeting. City Council Meetings are held at the Cherryville Community Building, 106 S. Jacob Street in Cherryville.
Facebook Live or City of Cherryville Web Page
The City Council Meeting will be streamed live on
The City’s web page at www.cityofcherryville.com, and
The Fire Department's Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/CherryvilleFD
Anyone who wishes to comment or ask a question will be required to state give their full name and home address. The City of Cherryville encourages viewers who are watching the City Council meeting virtually to be professional in their comments and questions. Messages and questions that include profanity, or that City staff have deemed to be unprofessional, will not be shared with the City Council in an open meeting. You can give your input or ask questions at the meeting by calling 704-435-1730. For more information, please call the City of Cherryville at 704-435-1711.