The City Council is the governing body of the City of Upland and has the authority to make all laws and regulations with respect to municipal affairs subject only to the limitations of the State and Federal Constitutions. The City Council approves all ordinances, resolutions, and most contracts.
The City Council is an elected five person governing body. The Mayor is elected independently with the same voting power as other members of the Council. City Councilmembers each serve four-year terms with elections every other year; therefore, three Councilmembers are elected at one election and the Mayor and one Councilmember at the other. For information on District Voting, view a District map, or to enter an address to discover which District you live in, please visit the District Voting page.
The City Council appoints the City Manager to oversee day-to-day operations and City Attorney who advises Council on legal matters, each of whom serve at the City Council's discretion. The City Council establishes policies of the City, which are implemented by staff under the direction of the City Manager.
For suggestions and comments about the laws and regulations with respect to municipal affairs of the City of Upland, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City Council meets the second and fourth Monday of each month to represent the interests of the citizenry and is responsible for establishing policy for the delivery of services necessary to meet the needs of the community. The Council determines service levels and revenue obligations through the adoption of an annual budget, authorizes City contracts and expenditures, establishes City service and operating policies, and enacts local laws as necessary for the benefit of the community.