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 for several reasons. First, to serve the citizens of Edgerton. Second, to always do the "right thing." Third, to ensure the City meets the needs and desires of its citizens. And finally, to always push for lower taxes.
Edgerton has so much happening right now and I wanted to be a part of it. I ran for City Council because I thought this would be a great opportunity to serve my community and help make Edgerton better. My favorite part of the city is how we care about our neighbors.
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.
I've lived in Edgerton for 31 out of my 34 years, so this city is home. I ran for Council because I wanted to voice my opinion from the younger generation that has seen the growth of our town first hand. I grew up with this community and I'd like the same experience for my growing children.