City Council Members
The City Council of Delano (from left: Council Member Grace Vallejo, Mayor Pro Temp Joe Alindajao, Council Member Joe E. Aguirre, Mayor Liz Morris and Council Member Bryan Osorio) are elected by a citywide vote in general elections and serve four-year terms.
Council meetings are held at City Hall - Council Chambers on the first and third Monday of each month at 5:30 p.m. Copies of council meeting packets may be viewed by the public in the Office of the City Clerk. Agendas and meeting minutes are available on this website or from the Office of the City Clerk.
City Council Overview
The City Council establishes city policy through the enactment of laws (ordinances) and the adoption of resolutions. The mayor and council members are elected “at large”; that is, they do not represent separate districts. Members are elected for 4-year terms at general municipal elections which are held every 2 years, resulting in an overlap in the terms of office on the city council.
The city council also acts as the Successor agency of the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Delano, pursuant to the California Health and Safety Code.
Statement of Economic Interests
The city council members are elected officers identified in Government Code Section 87200 and file statements of economic interests with the city clerk’s office. Copies of the statements of economic interests filed by the above elected officers may be obtained by visiting the offices of the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) or the city clerk. The physical address of the FPPC is:
428 J Street, Suite 620
Sacramento, California 95814.
The physical address of the City Clerk’s office is:
1015 - 11th Avenue
Delano, California 93215.
The statements of economic interests for some state and local government agency elected officers may be available in electronic format on the FPPC’s website at.
Services Provided - Basic Operational Terms
- The consent agenda consists of those items which are routine and for which a staff recommendation has been prepared
- Ordinances are “legislative acts” by the council. They are the most permanent and binding type of council action
- Resolutions are passed to express the policy of the council on certain items or programs, or are passed to direct certain types of administrative action
- Agency Report of: Public Official Appointment