Town Council


110 E Main St, Los Gatos, CA 95030

The Town Council is the legislative body for Los Gatos. Five members are elected to serve staggered four-year terms. Each year in December, the council elects one of its members to serve as mayor and and another as vice mayor. Los Gatos is a general law city operating under the provisions of the State Government Code. Watch meetings live on local KCAT Channel 15 and on the town’s YouTube page. Citizens can find agendas and minutes on the city website.

Meetings: Meetings take place the first and third Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. in the Town Council Chambers, 110 E Main St, unless held virtually.

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The Los Gatos Town Council managed to balance next year's budget despite a five-year anticipated deficit. The final budget will be approved in June, and is expected to include cost-cutting measures and spending one-time use funds.

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In an effort to improve safety and efficiency on Shannon Road, the Los Gatos Town Council returned plans that fit the rural feel of the area. Goals include installing sidewalks and bike lanes.

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Seniors make up 20% of the Los Gatos population, or one in five residents—and that’s expected to grow significantly. Los Gatos Town Council has endorsed a “roadmap” of short- and long-term goals to support the town’s fast-growing older adult population.

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At the Feb. 21 Council meeting, elected officials discussed how to spend $1.645 million. The big winners were public access broadcaster KCAT, Los Gatos Saratoga Recreation and homeless services.

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Both New Museum Los Gatos and the Los Gatos-Saratoga Recreation Center have asked the Los Gatos Town Council to reduce—or waive completely—their lease payments to the town.

Past Members

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Marico Sayoc
Term ended: Dec. 7, 2022