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Address:   580 Pacific St, Monterey, CA 93940


City Council


580 Pacific St, Room 6, Monterey, CA 93940

(831) 646-3935

The City Council is the legislative and policy-making branch of Monterey’s municipal government. The council consists of five members: the mayor, elected to a two-year term, and four councilmembers, each elected to four-year terms. Campaign statements and statements of economic interest are available online and in the Monterey City Clerk's Office at 580 Pacific St.

Meetings: Held the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 4 and 7 p.m.
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Vice Mayor Alan Haffa

TERM ENDS: Dec. 3, 2024
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Councilmember Ed Smith

(831) 646-3799

TERM ENDS: Dec. 1, 2026
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Mayor Tyller Williamson

(831) 646-3799

TERM ENDS: Nov. 30, 2024
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Councilmember Kim Barber

District 1

(831) 646-3799

TERM ENDS: Nov. 30, 2026
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Councilmember Gene "Gino" Garcia

District 4

(831) 646-3799

TERM ENDS: Nov. 30, 2024

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David Schmalz here, happy that, for now at least, it appears American democracy remains intact, at least in most places. That said, I wish this fundamental aspect of this country—that every vote should count, and that everyone eligible can vote—didn’t…

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City Council Meeting
Tuesday April 4 2023   4:00 PM

Past Members

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Clyde Roberson
Term ended: Nov. 30, 2022
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Dan Albert Jr.
Term ended: Nov. 29, 2022
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Tyller Williamson
Term ended: Nov. 30, 2022