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How Can I Contact The City Council?
You may contact the City Council at (949) 361-8322 during regular business hours. Emails to the City Council are also welcomed and are monitored on a regular basis.

Click on the following links to email indiviual council members:
Mayor Tim Brown
Mayor Pro Tem Chris Hamm
Bob Baker
Lori Donchak
Jim Evert

or Click Here to email the enitire council.

How can I express my opinion on an upcoming Public Hearing?
All interested persons are invited to attend said hearing, or to submit written communication, to express their opinion for or against the request.

I want to speak at a City Council Meeting. What do I do?
Anyone wishing to address an item on the agenda is requested to complete a “Request to Address Council” form, located at the entrance to the Council Chambers, and submit it to the City Clerk. When the Mayor calls your name, please step to the podium and state your name and city of residence.

How can I present ideas and address issues to the City Council?
The City Council represents you, the citizen. Your input is important. If you would like to express an opinion with the City Council, please email at the link below.
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When and where do they meet?
The City Council meets the first and third Tuesdays of each month in the City Council Chambers at 6:00 p.m. Changes to this schedule, and additional meetings which may be scheduled, are publicly noticed. Meetings are telecast live on Channel 30, and are rebroadcast on a subsequent Saturday at 12:00 noon and on Thursdays at 2:00 p.m. on Channel 30. Click on the following link for a map to our normal meeting location.
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What is the purpose of the City Council?
The City Council acts as the legislative body, to set policy, approve the budget, pass local laws which are incorporated into the Municipal Code, and to give direction on matters concerning the City.
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Who is on the City Council and how are the positions filled?
The City Council consists of five members, elected at-large, for four-year overlapping terms of office. Non-partisan City elections are held in November of even-numbered years for Council Members.
Click Here to visit the City Council Gallery.

How can I serve on the City Council?
Members of the City Council must be registered voters residing in the City of San Clemente. Please contact the City Clerk at (949) 361-8345 if you are interested in running for City Council.

How do I get an agenda or minutes of the City Council Meetings?
Agendas, agenda packets and minutes are available on line under the Meetings / City Council menu items. Agendas should be available by the Wednesday before the next scheduled meeting. Note the links below to access agendas.
Agendas | Agenda Packets | Minutes

Where do I find out more information about the City Council
You are welcome to E-Mail (click below) or call City Hall (949) 361-8322 for more information
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