Clifton Town Meeting, your community council, is having its regular monthly meeting on Monday, April 5th from 7-9pm. All our meetings are on the community calendar. We hope you will join to learn about what is happening and how you can be involved.

Click here for the meeting invite and agenda that went to email subscribers. You can become a subscriber here.

Due to the ongoing public health ban on mass gatherings, CTM will continue to hold its meetings via video and telephone conference. To join the videoconference click on the following link – To join via phone, dial (470) 722-0310 and use the following PIN – 572 595 448#.

The agenda is as follows:

7:00 / 1 minWelcome to the Google Meet electronic meeting, advice for participation
7:01 / 1 minApprove prior month’s meeting minutes
7:02 / 10 minVote for a new trustee replacing
7:12 / 5 minLibrary Update
7:17 / 10 minPolice District 5 Report
7:27 / 10 min
7:37 / 10 min
Councilperson Betsy Sunderman visits
Councilperson David Mann visits
7:47 / 5 minFinancial Committee Report
7:52 / 5 minTreasurer’s Report
7:57 / 4 minArts and Culture Committee
8:01 / 10 minClifton Chronicle Committee update, Editor/Publisher Search, Call for Content Creation
8:11 / 10 minCaretaking and Beautification – Spring Cleanup Plan and Invitation to Volunteers
8:21 / 15 minParks Committee Update and Potential Vote on Dunore Dog Park
8:36 / 10 minHousing and Zoning Committee report
8:46 / 10 minTransportation and Public Safety report
8:56 / 4 minTrustee, Committee and Liaisons Announcements

Emailing your issue to is another effective way to have your issue or opinion considered by your trustees.  To request an agenda item for the next meeting please email your topic to

Please note that public input on agenda items of pressing community concern will be heard after trustee discussion.  Community members should sign up to speak on an agenda item before the start of the meeting.  Not all agenda items will have time reserved for public input. Individual input on agenda items will be no more than two minutes.    Community members are able to speak on non-agenda issues during the public questions and concerns agenda item.  Individuals with statements are asked to sign in before the start of the meeting.  Statements will be no more than three minutes during the questions and concerns agenda item.