Notice of 2021 Committee Vacancies
The City Council is seeking applications from Clearlake citizens for seats on the Clearlake Marketing Committee and the Measure V Oversight Committee.
The Marketing Committee takes an active role in recommending projects and programs for City Council adoption related to economic development and updating the City's image.
The Measure V Oversight Committee reviews expenditures and appropriations of the Measure V sales tax revenues to ensure that all such revenues are spent or appropriated for the purposes and uses set forth in the Expenditure Plan which can be found here:Expenditure Plan
The City Council will consider applications and appointments during the February 18th meeting. The deadline for applications to be included in the City Council meeting packet is February 11, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. For more information or questions, please contact Melissa Swanson, Administrative Services Director/City Clerk.
- 6 p.m.
- First and third Thursdays of each month
- Clearlake City Hall Council Chambers
14050 Olympic Drive
Clearlake, CA 95422
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings according to the Brown Act. Minutes are available following approval. Please visit our Agendas and Minutes section of our website via the link to the left of this page for more information.
- Joyce Overton: 2020-2024
- Dirk Slooten: 2018-2022
- David Claffey: 2020-2024
- Russ Cremer: 2018-2022
- Russ Perdock: 2020-2024
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.