City council meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month at 6:30 p.m. (unless otherwise advertised). Meetings are held at City Hall in Council Chambers:
1300 9th Street
Building A, 3rd Level
St. Cloud, FL 34769
City Council Responsibilities
The city council is the legislative branch of local government. The council carries out a variety of functions, such as:
- Adopting budgets and policies
- Approving ordinances, purchases, contracts and agreements
Council members represent their constituents’ interests before the city government and can decide on legal actions and property acquisitions. Council seats are non-partisan and have no specified districts.
Council consists of one mayor and four council members. Each council member serves a four-year term, with a term limit of two terms. Elections are held in November of every year. A deputy mayor is selected amongst the city council members.
City of St. Cloud Mission Statement
To provide a safe and healthy environment, manage our resources and plan for the future. We are dedicated to cost-effective open government, professional management and quality service.
City of St. Cloud Vision Statement
St. Cloud is a vibrant, progressive and diverse community, rooted in our unique history, offering an exceptional destination to live, work and play.