City Council to stream meetings on YouTube

The transition from Facebook to YouTube to take place June 8

PORT ORCHARD — Residents will soon be able to watch Port Orchard City Council meetings via live streaming from the YouTube social media platform.

City officials said last week that council meetings will transition from live streaming on Facebook to YouTube beginning June 8. Viewers will not be required to have a YouTube account to watch the live stream, which the city hopes will allow more people to watch the meetings.

Officials said the YouTube live stream is for viewing only. Should someone wish to address the council during the regular council meetings, they can attend remotely via Zoom. The Zoom link information is posted on the city’s website the day of the meeting.

The city’s YouTube channel is at https://tinyurl.com/24aewa76. The City of Port Orchard website is at www.cityofportorchard.us/.

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