831-440-5602

Scotts Valley City Council

Regular Council Meetings:
First and Third Wednesday of each month
Meetings begin at 6:00 pm and are held in the City Council Chambers located at 1 Civic Center Drive, Scotts Valley, CA 95066

Regular Meetings are broadcast live on Community Television Cable Channel 25.

Mailing Address:
1 Civic Center Drive
Scotts Valley, CA 95066
Fax: 831-438-2793

To email the entire City Council: Click Here
To email an individual Council Member, click on their email address next to their photo.

Scotts Valley City Council Members:
Jim Reed

Jim Reed
Mayor

jimreedSV@gmail.com

Term expires November 2014

Dene Bustichi

Dene Bustichi
Vice Mayor

831-438-2356
dene@bustichi.com

Term expires November 2016

Stephany Aguilar

Stephany Aguilar
Council Member

831-438-3583
seajems@pacbell.net

Term expires November 2014

Randy Johnson

Randy Johnson
Council Member

831-438-0633
rlj12@comcast.net

Term expires November 2016

Donna Lind

Donna Lind
Council Member

831-438-4187
dlindslind@gmail.com

Term expires November 2016

 

The City Council is composed of four Council Members and the Mayor, all of whom are directly elected by the people. The Mayor and Vice-Mayor are appointed annually by the Council, and the Council Members serve four-year staggered terms. Although not granted special decision-making powers, the Mayor does represent the City in all ceremonial and official affairs. The City’s Municipal elections are held the first Tuesday of November in each even-numbered year. The Council meets regularly twice monthly on the first and third Wednesdays. The purpose of the City Council is to establish local laws, to set policy, to reject or to approve programs, to allocate funds and provide direction, through the City Manager, to City staff to implement its policy. The Council can also appoint members to various local and regional committees, commissions, and other boards.

As Scotts Valley is a General Law City, its Council must act within the framework of limitations and procedures established by State Law. Local laws are established by ordinance and are compiled in a book called the Municipal Code. These laws are enforceable by the City, and violations thereof constitute an infraction. Other directives and policies of the City Council are recorded in Council resolutions and Council minutes.