Public Comment Sign-Up

Each Commission voting meeting starts with a public comment period. The Commission welcomes and encourages public participation. Meetings usually begin at 10:00 am. Individuals who want to make a public comment must follow the Rules on Public Comments at Commission Meetings.

Individuals can sign-up to speak at the Public Advisor's Office (PAO) table before the start of the meeting (usually at 10:00 am) on the day of the Voting Meeting. Or they can use this webpage to sign-up by noon the day before the Commission meeting, however they must visit the PAO table before the start of the meeting on the day of the meeting to ask our staff to mark their presence.

The CPUC's Voting Meeting will be accessible remotely only:

Public Comment - Speak: If you would like to speak during the public comment period at the start of the meeting, please participate by phone and call in by 10 a.m. and you will be able to make your comment. (As a reminder, parties to a proceeding cannot speak to issues related to the proceeding to which they are a party.) To listen or make comments not to exceed 2 minutes by phone, dial 1-800-857-1917 and enter passcode 9899501.

If you experience difficulty calling into the Public Comment line, please send an email to or call (415) 703-5263.

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      Name:  *   

  Are you representing:  *   
Meeting Date:  *   
  Agenda Item Number or Topic you are commenting on: *         

The Commission may postpone or delete items from the agenda the day before the meeting. Agenda changes are posted after 5:00 pm the day before the meeting on our Voting Meetings web page.

Do you need an interpreter?
Note: with a minimum 3 business day advance notice, we can provide an interpreter (including for American Sign Language) free of charge at the meeting.

   If you need an interpreter, provide your email address or phone number and the language:


          Phone:     Example: (xxx)xxx-xxxx    


  * By clicking here I confirm that I am not a party in any of the proceedings underlying the item which I wish to address, nor have I previously provided comment on this item.