Agendas / Minutes
City Council agendas identify legislative action, discussion and informational items for council members deliberation. View agendas and approved meeting minutes.
Agenda Process & Procedures
An Agenda is produced and published prior to each City Council meeting. Most agenda items require a staff report with background information, proposed policy or requests for Council action.
The City Council considers levels of service and the financial support for them. Learn about the budget process and view the current adopted biennial budget.
Learn when and where City Council meetings are held, how you can participate in a meeting and where to find meeting agendas.
Read biographies of current council members, email the members or obtain their voice mail phone numbers.
Duties & Responsibilities
The City Council is the legislative and governing body of the City of Woodinville . It establishes City policies and goals. Learn more about the duties and responsibilities of the City Council, the Mayor and the Deputy Mayor.
An ordinance is a legislative enactment by the City Council. Most ordinances
are codified into the Woodinville Municipal Code (WMC).
A resolution is an expression of policy or opinion by the City Council.
The City's Vision Statement was created by Woodinville citizens when the City
was developing its first Comprehensive Plan. The City Council adopted a Mission
Statement for elected and appointed officials and staff.