As the elected legislative body of the City of Clovis, the City Council has overall responsibility for the scope, direction, and financing of City services. The City Council, as the legislative body, establishes policy that is administered and implemented through full time staff under the Council-Manager form of government. The Council is also responsible for establishing land use policies through the General Plan and zoning regulations. Clovis voters, at large, elect a 5-member Council to serve as the City’s legislative and governing body. The members serve 4 year terms and they elect one member to serve as mayor and one to serve as mayor pro tem for two years. A general municipal election is held every two years, alternating, between two and three, positions each cycle. Under the Council-Manager form of government, the City Council provides policy direction to the City Manager, who is responsible for administering City operations. In setting policy, the Council works closely with citizen advisory commissions and committees, considers staff information and recommendations, and receives comments from the general public.

Clovis City Council 2-5-2024

Council members declined to give themselves a raise in salary.…

Clovis City Council 1-16-2024

The council approved an agreement with Fresno County to exchange…

Clovis City Council 1-9-2024

Will Shaw Avenue have to close, as staff recommends, during construction…

Clovis City Council 12-11-2023

Clovis City Council, December 11th, 2023. As the elected legislative…

Clovis City Council 12-4-2023

Clovis City Council, December 4th, 2023. As the elected legislative…

Clovis City Council 11-13-2023

Clovis City Council, November 13th, 2023. As the elected legislative…

Clovis City Council 11-6-2023

Clovis City Council, November 6th, 2023. As the elected legislative…

Clovis City Council 10-9-2023

Clovis City Council, October 9th, 2023. As the elected legislative…

Clovis City Council 10-2-2023

Clovis City Council, October 2nd, 2023. As the elected legislative…