The City of Plantation has a Strong Mayor form of government, meaning City Council sets policies for the operation of the City and the Mayor acts as the Chief Executive Officer, having administrative responsibility for policy execution and daily operations. The Mayor and Councilmembers are elected citywide (“at large”) to four year terms.
The City Council enacts Ordinances, the laws of the City, adopts Resolutions authorizing actions on behalf of the City and establishes the policies by which the City is governed. They are also responsible for reviewing development plans and approving major projects, addressing zoning issues, and passing the City’s $195 million budget. The Council structure has a President, a Pro Tem, an honorary Treasurer and two Council Members. The President and President Pro Tem are nominated and elected by a majority vote of all Council Members. The honorary Treasurer is appointed by the Mayor and approved by the City Council.
Plantation City Council consists of five members who are elected at-large. Our current Council members are:
|Group 1||Erik Anderson||Term expires 2022|
|Group 2||Denise Horland||Term expires 2022|
|Group 3||Ron Jacobs||Term expires 2020|
|Group 4||vacant||Term expires 2020|
|Group 5||Nick Sortal||Term expires 2020|
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City Council meetings are typically held the second and fourth Wednesday of the month at 5:00 PM in the Council Chambers at City Hall (400 NW 73rd Avenue). The general public is welcome to attend. Periodically, meetings may be cancelled, and special meetings may be called as needed. Please call City Hall to verify (954-797-2200).
You can watch Council meetings live via the Internet, or view past meetings at your convenience. The Office of the City Clerk records the minutes for each meeting, and they are available for review after the Council approves them. You may contact the Office of the City Clerk for minutes that are not available online.