PARK HILLS 2018-2019 CITY COUNCIL

 

Alan Coleman
Councilman Ward 1

Odd Year Term

501 Simmons Ave | Phone: 314-651-9475

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Adam Bowers
Councilman Ward 1

Even Year Term

104 Pelican Street | Phone: 573-701-8571

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Larry LaChance
Councilman Ward 2

Odd Year Term

311 Lewis Street | Phone: 573-518-9000

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David Easter
Councilman Ward 2

Even Year Term

504 Adams Street | Phone: 573-701-7919

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Tom Reed
Councilman Ward 3

Odd Year Term

21 Franklin Street | Phone: 573-701-5683

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Ed Hart
Councilman Ward 3

Even Year Term

300 Fir Street | Phone: 573-760-4137

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John Clark
Councilman Ward 4

Odd Year Term

104 Hovis Farm | Phone: 573-701-5877

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Steve Weinhold
Councilman Ward 4

Even Year Term

311 Rosewood Drive | Phone: 314-435-2674

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The Mayor and eight (8) council members, two (2) from each of the four (4) wards, comprise the governing body for the city. In the event of the Mayor's absence, the President Pro Tempore* will preside over the council meeting. The council selects the President Pro Tempore at the beginning of each new term.

Click here for the Park Hills ward map in PDF form.


COUNCIL MEETINGS

The Council meets for its regular sessions in the Municipal Chambers at City Hall on the second (2nd) Tuesday of each month at 6:00 P.M. Council conducts work sessions on the fourth (4th) Tuesday of each month at 6:00 P.M. Special meetings and committee meetings are called as needed. All regular Council meetings are open to the public. To reserve time (up to ten minutes) to address the City Council, call the City Clerk's Office at (573) 431-3577 before noon on the Thursday preceding the meeting. Council meetings follow the guidance of the Park Hills Municipal Code and Robert's Rules of Order.

Download a form to Request to Speak at regular Council meeting.

PUBLIC NOTICE

Committee Meetings are scheduled as needed in the Council Conference Room, 12 Municipal Dr. Council committee meetings are publicized at least one day in advance and are open for public attendance. The Conference Room is accessible to the disabled.

QUALIFICATIONS FOR COUNCIL

Candidates for the office of Council member must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age prior to taking office, a citizen of the United States and a resident of the City for one (1) year preceding his or her election, and a resident of the ward from which he or she is elected for six (6) months preceding his or her election as required by Municipal Ordinance 110.020 and RSMo. 77.060.

Election filing begins in December and ends in January. Candidates can read the Missouri Ethics Guide to assure compliance with election laws. Elections are held in April.