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City Council

Mayor
Larry Klein
Councilmember Sep. 2016 - Jan. 2021
First Term as Mayor (expires 2024)

Vice Mayor
Glenn Hendricks
Seat #2*
Second Term (expires 2022)

Councilmember
Gustav Larsson
Seat #1*
Second Term (expires 2022)
Councilmember
Russ Melton
District #4
Second Term (expires 2024)
Councilmember
Mason Fong
Seat #3*
First Term (expires 2022)
Councilmember
Alysa Cisneros
District #2
First Term (expires 2024)
Councilmember
Omar Din
District #6
First Term (expires 2024)

 

* These Councilmembers remain at-large Councilmembers until the end of their current terms on Council. Council Districts 1, 3 and 5 will be on the ballot in November 2022. For more information regarding the City’s transition to District-based elections refer to Transition to Council Districts below.

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Campaign Statements and Statements of Economic Interests

Transition to Council Districts

At the March 3, 2020 election City voters approved changing to a district-based electoral system for selecting City councilmembers, with a directly elected Mayor. This change is taking place over the course of the Nov. 2020 and Nov. 2022 Elections.

Years Make up of City Council
2021-2022 3 councilmembers elected at-large to Seats 1, 2 and 3
3 councilmembers elected by District in Districts 2, 4 and 6
Directly elected Mayor elected at-large
2023 and Beyond 6 councilmembers elected by District in Districts 1 through 6
Directly elected Mayor elected at-large
Council Meeting Schedules and Agendas

Council meetings are held at least two Tuesdays a month at 7 p.m., Council Chambers, 456 W. Olive Ave.

Find meeting location or remote participation details included on each Council meeting agenda.

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The City posts meeting schedules, agendas, related documents and videos of Council meetings on our Legistar system. You can use Legistar to:

  • Watch a Council meeting live online or watch a recording of a past meeting
  • Find upcoming meetings and agendas
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How to Address the Council

The following details the process on how to address the Council:

  • Fill out a speaker card at the back of Council Chambers and hand it to the City Clerk.
  • The Mayor will call speakers to the lectern at the appropriate time.
  • Speakers are limited to three minutes.
  • The public may address Council on issues not on the agenda during the Oral Communications section at the beginning of the meeting. Any necessary Council action may be placed on a future agenda for full public consideration. Be aware that the Brown Act (Open Meeting Law) does not allow the Council to take action on an item not listed on the agenda.

Guidelines for Making Public Comments and Presentations at Meetings

Special Accommodations for Council Meetings

Call the City Clerk's Office at 408-730-7483 prior to the meeting if you require a translator, are visually or hearing-impaired, or have any disability that requires special assistance. Assistive listening devices are also available for use during the meeting. Please call us 48 hours before the meeting with any special needs.

Last Updated: Mar 19, 2021
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