City Council

City Council Seeks Applicants for the Traffic Safety Committee

The City Council is seeking applications from Clearlake citizens for a seat on the Traffic Safety Committee. Traffic Safety Committee members review traffic safety issues, street sign recommendations and requests, traffic control devices and requests and make recommendations to the City Council with quarterly reports.

The application for the Traffic Safety Committee can be found below. Applications must be filed by November 7, 2019 to be included in the November 14, 2019 City Council meeting packet. The City Council will consider applications and appointment to the Committee at the November 14th meeting.

Traffic Safety Committee Application


  • 6 p.m.
  • Second and fourth Thursdays of each month
  • Clearlake City Hall Council Chambers
    14050 Olympic Drive
    Clearlake, CA 95422

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Five directly elected officials comprise the City Council. The terms of office are staggered. The Mayor's position is rotated annually by selection of the City Council. The City Council is the policy-making body of the City of Clearlake and, in that capacity, approves and adopts ordinances and resolutions and takes action on other policy matters to provide community leadership. The City Council appoints the City Manager and City Attorney, as well as various commission, board, and committee members.

The Council also directs staff on matters that meet the community's needs and service levels. In that process, the Council oversees the financial condition of the City making the final determination on its ability to afford various programs and services. The Council has served as the Board of Directors of the now dissolved Clearlake Redevelopment Agency (RDA) and now sits as the RDA's Successor Agency.