Form of Government
The Eagle Point City Charter establishes a Council/Administrator form of government which vests policy authority in a volunteer city council and administrative authority for day-to-day operations in an appointed, professional city administrator.
The Eagle Point City Council consists of a Mayor and six Councilors, all nonpartisan offices, elected at large. The Mayor serves a two-year term and Councilors serve four-year terms. When vacancies occur during an elected official's term, they are filled by appointment of a majority vote of the Council. City Council members attend council meetings to hear the concerns of citizens, discuss city policies, changes to current laws, city goals, budget adoption, finances, strategic planning, major projects, and infrastructure improvements, as well as community growth and land use planning. They also determine the need to change or pass laws within the city's municipal code. Visit the Staff Directory to view council bios and meet the members of the Eagle Point City Council.
The Council meets regularly on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at City Hall. The agenda of each meeting includes time for citizen comment. For more information, contact the City Recorder at (541) 826-4212 ext. 106, or email us.
Agendas and Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings.
Council packets are available on the Friday before the meeting
Minutes are also available following approval.
- City Charter
- Council Goals - Each year, the City Council adopts a set of goals which is reflected in actions the City takes in the upcoming year.
- Council Rules - See the requirements, duties, and procedure.
- Municipal Code