About the Council

The City of King City is chartered using the Council-Manager style government. The City Council for King City is comprised of 7 volunteers elected by the public at large. The Mayor is selected amongst their peers and performs the mayoral duties for a period of 2 years. The other 6 Councilors perform varying duties and assignments throughout the course of their term. These positions are voluntary and not paid. Councilors may elect to submit for reimbursement of costs associated with select conferences, purchases, and mileage used or expended through the course of performing their duties.   

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 on the third Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m. at the King City Hall. To learn more about the type of meetings, click here.

Please go to the published agenda for time, date, and location or ZOOM link confirmation. Click here.

Post-2008 City Council Records:

To review older agendas and minutes (post- 2008), please click here.

Pre-2008 City Council Records:
Agendas and minutes covering the period 1966 to 2007 are housed at the City Hall and are accessible through a public record request form

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For questions relating to the City Council for the City of King City, you can contact us at (503) 639-4082.

Watch City Council Meetings
Live broadcast coverage of the King City Council Meetings can now be seen on TVCTV cable channel 30 and live streaming on King City YouTube page.

King City Council Meetings take place on the third Wednesday of the month at 6 pm. Special meetings and workshops 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 or go to the agenda page. 

 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.