- 6:00 p.m.
- First and third Monday of each month
- City Hall Council Chambers
154 S. Eighth Street
Grover Beach, CA 93433
City Council meetings are televised live on Grover Beach local government cable access Channel 20 and the Internet. For more information, see meeting broadcast schedule
. City Council audio files
from previous meetings are also available online.
Agendas, Staff Reports & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings.
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Minutes of the meetings are also available following approval.
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View information regarding terms of office, compensation, a list of current Council Members
, and how to contact your City Council
Elective Office and Responsibilities of Elected Officials
The City of Grover Beach is a general law city governed by a Council-Manager
form of government. General law cities derive their powers from the general laws
adopted by the State Legislature and from the police powers granted in the State Constitution. Collectively, these laws serve as the constitution for general law cities like Grover Beach.
The City Council is comprised of five members elected at large to represent the city. The office of Mayor is directly-elected for a two-year term. The office of Council Member is a four-year term, with terms expiring at staggered intervals. General Municipal Elections are held on the first Tuesday in November of even-numbered years. At the first meeting in December, the Mayor selects a member of the City Council to serve for one year in the position of Mayor Pro Tem (pursuant to Resolution No. 08-18).
The City Council makes decisions, establishes policies, and enacts laws on behalf of the voters for the betterment of Grover Beach. The City Council also acts as the Financing Authority for certain financial obligations.
City Council Goals and Work Programs
The City Council annually sets goals to determine the highest priorities for the City organization to implement each fiscal year (click here for the 2018-19 Council Goals). The goals are shown in three categories of relative priority: Major City Goals, Other Important Goals, and Address as Resources Permit. The Major City Goals for 2018-19 are:
The Council also approves work programs developed by staff for each of the Major City Goals to specify what
- Public Safety
- Water Resources and Utilities
- Economic Development
- Streets Rehabilitation and Related Infrastructure
- Development Review
will be done over the next year in carrying out the goal. Click here for the Major City Goal work programs