|City of Mukilteo Elected Officials|
The City of Mukilteo incorporated in May 1947 and operates as a non-charter code city with a Mayor-Council form of government. The Mayor and seven City Councilmembers are non-partisan elected officials who serve four-year terms. Municipal elections are held in November of odd-numbered years and terms are staggered so that no more than four positions are up for election every two years.
The Mayor is the Chief Executive Officer and the official and ceremonial head of the City. The Mayor proposes an Annual Budget to the City Council and presides over all meetings of the City Council. The Mayor cannot vote on ordinances, franchises or licenses, or for payment of any City monies.
The City Council is the legislative body of the City. It enacts laws and regulations, establishes policy direction for the City, establishes tax and fee rates, adopts an Annual Budget, and approves payments of all City monies.
Council Extended Agenda
The Extended Agenda provides notice of upcoming City Council Meeting Agenda items. These items may be moved to different dates depending upon timeliness of available information and balancing of workloads.
Council meetings are held in the City Hall Council Chambers on the first and third Mondays of each month beginning at 7:00 PM unless posted otherwise. Special Meetings may be called by the Mayor or Council as needed.
Worksessions are held as needed in the Council Chambers and are generally scheduled for the 2nd Monday of each month beginning at 6:00 PM.
Each year the Mayor and members of the Council are appointed to city, county and regional committees. Click here for the list of assignments.
Glossary/List of Acronyms
Ever wonder what an EIS is? NGPA? Conducting City business can typically involve using unfamiliar terms or acronyms that can be confusing. We've tried to capture the most popular ones to help clarify or improve your understanding of these terms.
For those interested in planning terms and acronyms, please click here to view/download a "Glossary of Common Urban Planning Terminology" from the National League of Cities and Urban Land Institute.
The Mayor and Councilmembers actively encourage citizen participation and comments. They can be reached individually via email at the addresses listed below or collectively at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact the Executive Office at 425.263.8018 to schedule appointments or leave messages.