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Mayor Mark Arapostathis
Councilmember Kristine Alessio
Councilmember Bill Baber
Councilmember Colin Parent
Councilmember Akilah Weber
The Council meets regularly on the second and the fourth Tuesday of each month at at 6:00 p.m. The meetings are held in the Council Chambers located at La Mesa City Hall, 8130 Allison Avenue, La Mesa. The Council also holds adjourned sessions and special meetings as necessary. The Council meetings are also broadcast live on the City website, the City's Facebook page, Cox Cable Channel 24 (within La Mesa City limits), and AT&T U-Verse Channel 99 (in the San Diego Region).
Yes. You can watch City Council cablecasts live on Cox Cable Channel 24 (within La Mesa City limits) and on AT&T U-Verse Channel 99 (in the San Diego Region) on the second Tuesday and the fourth Tuesday of every month at 6:00 pm.
City Council agendas are prepared by the City Clerk’s office and are available free of charge by the end of the day on the Friday prior to the City Council meeting. Agendas are available online, at the City Clerk’s office, posted outside the Council Chambers, or at the meeting. A complete agenda report packet is available at the La Mesa Library, 8055 University Avenue, and at the City Clerk's Office during normal business hours.
The City of La Mesa encourages the participation and involvement of its citizens in the meeting process. The opinions of the citizens of La Mesa are an important factor in helping the Council form policy and direction. To learn more about the meeting process please take a look at the Welcome to Your City of La Mesa City Council Meeting brochure located at the back of the Council Chambers. If you have any questions, please call the City Clerk’s office at 619.667.1120.
To apply for a board, commission or committee, submit a completed application to the City Clerk’s office, located in City Hall, 8130 Allison Avenue, La Mesa, CA 91941. If you have any questions, please call the City Clerk’s office at 619.667.1120.
Applicants are appointed to the various boards, commissions and committees after a standard interview and appointment process. Unexpected vacancies are usually filled from the applications on file.
Detailed information describing the duties and responsibilities of the various boards, commissions and committees, as well as applicant qualifications, is available on this website or at the City Clerk’s Office.
The staff at the Registrar of Voters will be happy to check the records to find out if you are registered to vote. You can contact the Registrar of Voters at 858.565.5800. Registrar of Voters