Incorporated in 1984, Moreno Valley is a general law city operating with a Council-Manager form of government.
The policy-making City Council consists of five members, elected by district to serve staggered four-year terms. The Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem are elected by the City Council from its members.
The council appoints the City Manager, who oversees the daily operations of the City.
Here's where you'll find City Council agendas, minutes and archives of past meeting agendas and minutes.
- City Council Members and Districts
Learn about the current City Council members, send them email, and find out who is the Council representative for
your City district.
- 2014 Redistricting Information
On February 25th, 2014, the City Council decided to ask voters whether to create the directly-elected office of Mayor and to redistrict the city into four city council districts.
- State of the City Address 2013 Video
MVTV-3 filmed the event and everyone is encouraged to watch the State of the City Address online.
- City Council Presentations on the City’s Long Term Fiscal Challenges
The City Council has requested a series of discussion topics related to long term financial issues impacting the City’s General Fund. The topics have been scheduled to occur at City Council Study Sessions over the next several months starting in March. The intent is to review and discuss details and related impacts for each issue. Information presented on these topics will be posted on the City’s web site following each presentation at Study Session Presentations.
- Boards and Commissions
Boards and Commissions are comprised of appointed citizens who are interested in specific facets of the City. If you are a citizen of Moreno Valley, this is a good opportunity to participate in the future of your City.
- Emerging Leaders Council
- Government Representatives
If you would like to contact your Local, State or Federal representatives, here's a good place to start.
- City Council Forms 460 and 700