Elizabeth Nelson

Council Member

Ann Arbor Ward 4

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City Council Newsletter

I write an email newsletter with my summary of agenda items coming before City Council. I also include news of upcoming events that affect Ward 4 residents. Click the button below to sign up for my email list.

I send my newsletter out the weekend before every Council meeting (and in advance of my coffee hours), so that you can see what’s on the agenda and have an opportunity to reach out with concerns. Later that weekend, I post my newsletter on this website.

PS: You don't have to be a Ward 4 resident to sign up for my newsletter - everybody is welcome! :-)

Donate To My Campaign

If you would like to help my campaign, you can donate with this link. I really appreciate your generous support!

Elizabeth Nelson (she/her/hers)

Ann Arbor City Council Member Ward 4

Email for city business and neighborhood concerns:

ENelson@A2Gov.org

Email for personal or campaign related issues:

contact@A2ELNEL.com

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Coffee Hours

I hold coffee hours Sunday afternoons at 3pm before City Council meetings. This summer I am holding them outdoors at City Parks - bring a chair if you have one.

Sunday, July 18th

Mushroom Park

Council Caucus

Council Caucus that meets on Sunday nights before Council meetings is suspended for the summer.

City Council Meetings

City Council meets on the first and third Monday of every month at 7pm (with exceptions for holidays). During the COVID-19 crisis, Council Meetings are held via Zoom.

Tuesday July 20th 7pm

(Legistar link)

Latest City Council Newsletter and Voting Chart

Connect With The City

USE A2Fixit to report problems to the City like trash pickup issues, potholes, streetlights out, or sidewalks needing repair:

a2gov.org/a2fixit

 

PARTICIPATE in surveys to share opinions about City plans and programs:

opentownhall.com/p/116

SEE a list of road construction projects happening in Ann Arbor this summer:

a2gov.org/roadconstruction

LEARN about the “Healthy Streets” program for 2021 that Council rejected in the May 3rd meeting, but approved as a budget amendment on May 17th.

a2gov.org/healthystreets


VOLUNTEER in our local parks to protect and restore Ann Arbor’s natural areas:

a2gov.org/nap

COVID-19 Local Information

Including Vaccine Timing

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President Joe Biden, 1/20/2021