Mayor & Council

The City of King City has a Mayor appointed by the City Council that serves a two-year term. The Council is made up of seven Councilors who serve the citizens of our community in a volunteer capacity; this includes the Mayor. Councilors are elected at large by City voters, and all King City Council members serve a term of four years.

The Council is the policy-making body of the city. They adopt laws and regulations, annual goals and objectives, and budgets that fund a wide range of public services. Council members give direction to city staff through the City Manager who serves at the pleasure of the city council. The Mayor is the leader of the governing body and presides over the council meetings.

King City Council generally meets the third Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. at the King City Hall.

City Council Meeting Dates for 2020 (this doesn't include special meeting)
Agendas & Minutes
Learn more about the Council

Live Broadcasting of King City Council Meetings
Live broadcast coverage of the King City Council Meetings can now be seen on TVCTV cable channel 30 and livestreaming on MACC TVCTV’s YouTube page. 

You can also find a copy of the meeting on the King Citys YouTube page a few days later.

City councils across the country have shifted to virtual meetings to conduct public business in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. TVCTV coverage of King City Council’s video conference meeting via Zoom be seen live or viewed on demand at

King City Council Meetings take place the third Wednesdays of the month at 7 pm. Special Meetings held by the King City Council will also be broadcast on TVCTV channels as needed. For meeting schedule information visit King City’s website calendar above. 

 TVCTV is a division of the Metropolitan Area Communications Commission (MACC), which regulates and administers Comcast and Frontier Cable Franchises in Washington County, Lake Oswego, Rivergrove and West Linn.