The City of Edgerton is governed by a Governing Body consisting of the Mayor and five City Council members. All members of the Governing Body are elected at-large and serve a term of four years. Terms of Office for newly elected Governing Body members begin with and include the first regular meeting of the Governing Body following the certification of the election. The Mayor presides over all meetings of the City Council, and his or her absence the Council President presides over meetings.
The City Council is responsible for discussing and guiding the overall direction of the City through the adoption of City policy, ordinances, and resolutions.
City Council meetings are the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm in City Hall.
I ran for city council because I want to continue to represent the citizens and help build Edgerton in a positive manner. I like knowing that all the elected officials and city staff have Edgerton's best interests in mind.
I ran for City Council to contribute to my community and the great citizens of Edgerton. My favorite thing about Edgerton is the hometown feel.
Deb Lebakken, Council Member
I love everything Edgerton has to offer. As an analyst by both nature and profession, I keep in mind and consider all sides fairly while leaving my own personal feelings at the door. I believe city council is about working for citizens both present and future. I see a great future for Edgerton, and want to help our town continue to grow in the right direction.
Bill Malloy, Council Member
I want to help make positive change in a strong community. My favorite thing about Edgerton is the small town feel and knowing that my children can play outside safely.
I love living in a safe, caring community like Edgerton. I ran for city council to to put the interests of our citizens over and above those of corporate developers and limit property tax increases to the annual rate of inflation.