City Council members are elected for terms of four years and terms are staggered so that only three elected officials’ terms expire at the same time. Municipal elections occur in odd years and are held during general elections on the first Tuesday in November.
Jim Miller, Mayor
The City Council conducts business by making motions, passing ordinances and resolutions and otherwise taking official action by vote of the Council members on City matters. Council members may participate in the meeting electronically via video or telephonic conferencing. The order of the agenda items are subject to change by the Mayor. Final action may be taken concerning any topic listed on the agenda.
Citizens may address the City Council during Public Input which has been set aside for the public to express ideas, concerns, and comments on issues not listed on the agenda.
The City Council may conduct a Work Session prior to the start of a regular meeting - it is best to check the posted agenda as start times may differ. Work Sessions are generally used to study issues, receive reports and data on assignments and special projects, informally review staff and development proposals, discuss City services, evaluate existing and proposed City programs and carry out other study-session related work not generally requiring official action by the Council. The Council does not use the special work meeting to receive public input and comment.
Work Sessions generally begin at 6:30 p.m. and Policy Sessions at 7 p.m., however, please refer to the Meeting Agenda.
Meetings are generally held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month.
Council Chambers 1307 N Commerce Drive Suite 200 Saratoga Springs, UT 84045