Elk Grove is a general law city under California law with five elected representatives on the City Council, the mayor and four council members. The office of the elective mayor is decided by the voters, with the position elected citywide (at-large), having a residency requirement within the City limits, and serves a two-year term. There are four council residency districts, and council members are elected citywide (at-large) and serve four-year terms. Each council member must reside within the district of the city that they
The City Council is the legislative body of Elk Grove. It has a broad range of municipal powers including the review and approval of an annual budget, establishing community goals and objectives, approving the City's general plan and proposed sphere of influence, reviewing and approving major projects and hearing community
problems and concerns.
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