City Council

Responsibilities

The City Council is comprised of five members each elected at-large, by the voters of Cloverdale, for a four-year term. The Mayor is elected annually by a majority vote of the City Council. The Council sets the policy for the city and adopts an annual budget. Additionally, the City Council sits as the Board of Directors for the Community Development Agency. The Council also appoints the City Manager, City Attorney, and City Clerk as well as members of commissions and sub-committees. Council members also serve on various regional government committees and agencies.

Obtain an Application for Appointment to a Board, Sub-Committee or Commission (PDF).

Meetings

Regular meetings of the City Council are held on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 6 pm at the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center located at 209 North Cloverdale Boulevard. Alternate meeting dates are set as needed for those meetings that fall on a holiday. The public is welcome to attend and participate in all public sessions of the Council.

Agendas, Agenda Packets & Minutes

Agendas are available approximately 72 hours in advance of City Council meetings. Agenda Packets are also available for most Council meetings. Minutes are available upon approval by the Council. View current agendas, agenda packets and minutes.

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