OLD CITY HALL: Completed in 1881, City Hall is the oldest government building in the state of Oregon that has remained in continuous use and hosts the Jacksonville City Council meetings, City commissions and committee meetings, various community organizations and monthly movie nights.
The City Council of Jacksonville is a legislative body composed of a mayor and six councilors elected on a nonpartisan ballot for four-year terms. The Council is responsible for setting policies that are then carried out by the City's various departments. It has the authority to pass municipal ordinances and budgets, make appropriations, set community goals and decide which services the City will provide.
City Council meetings are regularly held on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. in Old City Hall.
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available a minimum of 72 hours prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval of the council at the next regular meeting.
We have had some citizens state that they are not able to access the audio files. The City's IT technician has checked the files and they are all functioning. However he did state that browsers that are out of date may have trouble accessing the audio files. If you are having difficulties, try updating your internet browser.
Chapters 1 to 14 of the Municipal code were revised and codified in 2014.