Staff contact: Joanne Robbins, City Clerk, (925) 299-3210
City Council meetings are held on the second and fourth Monday of each month at the Lafayette Library and Learning Center, Community Hall, 3491 Mt. Diablo Blvd. The regular meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. Please see City Calendar for details.
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Lafayette City Councilmembers (from left): Vice Mayor Cameron Burks, Mark Mitchell, Mike Anderson, Mayor Don Tatzin, & Ivor Samson
|Don Tatzin||Mayor||Nov 2018|
|Vice Mayor||Nov 2020|
|Mike Anderson||Council Member||Nov 2020|
|Mark Mitchell||Council Member||Nov 2020|
|Ivor Samson||Council Member||Nov 2018|
You may e-mail individual City Council members by clicking on their names above. You may also email the entire council at firstname.lastname@example.org. Copies of all e-mails addressed to the entire council are forwarded to the City Clerk.
Written communications from the public to be included in the agenda packet shall be submitted to the City Clerk no later than 5:00 pm on the Monday preceding the regular meeting.
Written communications from the public regarding an agenda item submitted to the City Clerk no later than noon on the day of the public meeting will be distributed at the meeting to the members of the City Council, the City Manager, and the City Attorney. At least three copies shall be available for public inspection.
Important Privacy Notice
Generally, written communications to City Council members and City staff about the business of the City are public records and may be fully disclosed to anyone on request. This law applies regardless of the format of the message.
A letter or email sent to an individual Council member will be copied and sent to all other Council members for their information unless you clearly indicate that your message is intended to be confidential. Communications to other City personnel will be copied for the City Council's information when appropriate.
A City Council member is not required by law to provide private contact information. In addition, in certain circumstances, correspondence intended to be confidential may nevertheless be subject to disclosure under the Public Records Act.