City Council

The City Council meetings are all open to the public and the general public can attend any City Council work session or regular meeting.  

At each meeting there is the opportunity for the public to speak under "Citizen Input" on items that are listed on the agenda but not schedule for a public hearing. Citizens have used this opportunity to announce a community event, express a concern, or voice their opinion.

Meeting Information

- Executive Session - 5 pm (closed to the public) 

- Work Session - immediately after Executive
  Session (open to the public)

 - Council Meeting - 7 pm 

- First and third Monday of every month.

 - However, should the Monday fall on a holiday, 
    the meeting will be held that Thursday.

 - City Hall
   Council Chambers
   29799 SW Town Center Loop E
   Wilsonville, OR 97070

Public Hearing Notices 

5.7.18 Public Hearing Notice for Ordinance No. 814

5.7.18 Public Hearing Notice for Ordinance No. 817

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available a week prior to the meetings and are posted online. Minutes are available following approval.
View All Agendas and Minutes

Watch Meetings 

You can watch meetings from your home through cable, on the road using the web viewer, or a recording of a meeting when the time works best for you.

On Cable

City Council meeting videos are available to view on Comcast Cable Channel 30 and Verizon Cable Channel 32 through Willamette Falls TV. The Wilsonville Council Meetings are re-played: Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday at 5:30 am, 12 pm and 5:30 pm.  Wednesday and Friday at 9 am and 9 pm.  On Thursday and Saturday at 1 pm.

On the Web

You can watch live meetings on the City's website using live-streaming.

Recorded Video

A playback of the meeting is available on the web in the video-on-demand.

Roles & Responsibilities

City Council is comprised of five members, a Mayor and four Councilor positions, including a Council President. The Mayor presides over Council meetings and the Council President may perform mayoral duties in the Mayor's absence. 

The Mayor and City Council members are elected at large, to staggered four-year terms of office, through a general election. If a position is vacated before the term of office is completed, it is filled by special appointment of the Council.

Responsibilities of the City Council include identifying problems and needs within the community and establishing community goals and objectives to meet those needs. Council members represent the City's interests regionally, and as members of the Budget Committee, they participate in annual fiscal planning and budgeting.

The City Council members also serve as the Urban Renewal Agency Board. The Urban Renewal Agency does not meet on a regular basis, only as needed.
View the City Council Protocol Manual