By contrast, neighbouring Tory-run South Gloucestershire Council will be commemorating the sacrifices of the country's armed services on a day which has been increasingly recognised by the public and civic bodies since 2006.
Now, former Bristol Conservative leader Cllr Richard Eddy has unearthed the fact that the City Council is not proposing to mark the key national event.
The row bears a striking echo of that which ensued in 2015, when the Bishopsworth councillor revealed that the Council had no plans to publicly mark 'VJ-Day'- the 70th anniversary of the end of military hostilities on 14th August.
In a partial U-turn, made in response to protests, the Authority hastily organised a service to commemorate 'VJ-Day' at the Lord Mayor's Chapel.
Commenting on the current furore, Cllr Eddy said: "I am appalled but not surprised to learn that Bristol City Council has no proposal or funds allocated to record our debt of gratitude to Britain's armed services this year.
"By contrast, it seems that every cause that espouses values opposed to the United Kingdom's military personnel is given prominence or even funding from the public purse.
"This Armed Forces Day is an occasion when we can forget our differences and celebrate the magnificent contribution these personnel have played in our island story and continue to perform in the early twenty-first century.
"It is horribly insulting that the City of Bristol is not even prepared to mark the huge sacrifices we all owe to these men and women.
“This represents a snub of the very worst kind which must not go unchallenged and reversed."