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The City of Camarillo's five-member City Council is elected at large to staggered, four-year terms by the residents of Camarillo. The Council selects one of its members to serve as Mayor. As the city's legislative body, the City Council conducts the affairs of the City on behalf of the citizens, in accordance with the State Constitution and the General Laws of the State of California. It is within this legal framework that the Council makes decisions affecting numerous aspects of community life, from the provision of municipal services to land use planning and community development.
It enacts municipal ordinances to protect the health and safety of all who live in, work in or visit the city, adopts resolutions, and takes other actions as necessary to conduct the city's business. All City Council actions are subject to public notice and opportunity for public review and comment.
The City Council also serves as the Board of Directors for the Camarillo Sanitary District, the Camarillo Community Development Commission and the Camarillo Library Board. As board members, the City Council conducts the affairs of these agencies in the same manner as they do other city business, on behalf of the citizens of Camarillo.
CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS
The City Council generally meets on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month in the Council Chambers located at city hall at 601 Carmen Drive, Camarillo, see 2017 Meeting Schedule. The meetings begin at 5:00 p.m. Public Comments on items not on the agenda are heard at 7:30 p.m. Please note the meeting dates are subject to change. For information on upcoming meeting dates, please contact the City Clerk's office at (805) 388-5353. City Council meetings are broadcast live on the community access channel. (Channel 10 on Spectrum Cable and Channel 29 on Frontier FiOs). For more information about City Council meetings, please contact the City Clerk at 388-5353.
Please be advised that any communication submitted to the City of Camarillo, Councilmembers, staff or City consultants is a public record under the Brown Act and California Public Records Act. This means that any information contained in the communication, including personal information, may be subject to public disclosure.