City Council and Mayor

Eric Filseth
Eric Filseth
Alison Cormack Tom DuBois Adrian Fine
Alison Cormack
Council Member
Tom DuBois
Council Member
Adrian Fine
Vice Mayor
Liz Kniss Lydia Kou Greg Tanaka
Liz Kniss
Council Member
Lydia Kou
Council Member
Greg Tanaka
Council Member



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Please contact the City Clerk's office at (650) 329-2571 to schedule an appointment.

The terms of the Mayor and Vice-Mayor are for one year and expire at the first meeting in January. The General Municipal Election is held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November, in even-numbered years. Council terms are for four years.

Regular Council meetings are held at 6:00 p.m. on the first three Mondays of each month. Meetings are cablecast live in most cases (and replayed) on Government Channel 26 or 29 and broadcast via KZSU Radio, 90.1 FM. Video streaming of Council meetings may be accessed at MidPen Media Center. Call Community Media Center at 650-494-8686 for exact times of replays. See Tentative Council Agenda in the Palo Alto Weekly on the Fridays preceding the City Council meetings.

COUNCIL SUMMER BREAK  The City Council will be on summer break from June 26, 2019 through August 4, 2019.  Their first meeting after break will be on Monday, August 5, 2019.

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City Council Retreat 2019

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Revision Date: 7/1/2013