- This event has passed.
Duluth State of the City Address 2019
Duluth Mayor Emily Larson will deliver her fourth State of the City Address in the gymnasium at Myers-Wilkins Elementary School. Larson will report on her administration’s progress this past year and lay out her priorities for the upcoming year.
Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. The program will begin at 6 with drumming by Myers-Wilkins students, comments from Duluth City Council President Noah Hobbs and a reading by poet laureate Gary Boelhower. The State of the City Address begins at 6:30.
A reception will follow with homemade cookies and punch provided by Denfeld High School students. This is a part of the Clock Tower Café, one of two food-service operations at Duluth Public Schools. The Clock Tower Café provides students with the opportunity to learn food preparation, management and work skills in the food industry.
The city of Duluth is asking those who attend to be considerate of parking within the neighborhood and following parking regulations, such as alternate-side street parking and distances from intersections, driveways and crosswalks. Carpooling is encouraged, and the Duluth Transportation Authority has several routes that drop off passengers near the school.