Mission StatementTo deliver excellent service to our community by providing a safe and healthy living environment, sound fiscal management, responsive customer service, and an atmosphere that encourages community involvement and volunteerism through a local government that is accessible, efficient, and accountable to its citizens
The residents of Simi Valley are represented by a five member, part-time City Council, composed of the Mayor and four City Council Members. The Mayor is elected at large to a two-year term, and each Council Member is elected at-large to staggered four-year terms. The City Council is responsible for the following functions:
- Establishing policies regarding the operation of the City.
- Taking measures to protect the City’s health, safety, and welfare.
- Enacting laws necessary for governing City affairs.
- Authorizing contracts on behalf of the City.
- Adopting the City’s annual budget.
- Representing the City at all levels of government on matters pertaining to the City’s operations.
Please click here to view a list of regional and intra-city boards, commissions, and committees that the Mayor and City Council Members serve on.
City Council MeetingsThe City Council meets on Monday evenings at the City Council Chambers in City Hall, at 2929 Tapo Canyon Road map, typically twice or more per month, at 6:30 p.m. Agendas, minutes, staff reports, and video archives for City Council meetings are available on-line, and you may also subscribe to receive E-mail notifications of City Council meetings by registering with the City's E-Notify service.
Code of Ethics and Conduct
The citizens and businesses of Simi Valley are entitled to have fair, ethical, and accountable local government that has earned the public’s full confidence for integrity. To this end, the Simi Valley City Council has adopted a Code of Ethics and Conduct for elected officials and members of appointed boards, commissions, and committees.
Statements of Economic Interests
California Government Code Section 87500 requires the above-listed elected officers of the City of Simi Valley (the Simi Valley City Council), identified in California Government Code Section 87200, to file Statements of Economic Interests with the City Clerk. Pursuant to California Government Code Section 87505, copies of their Statements of Economic Interests are available at:
- Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC): 428 J Street, Suite 620, Sacramento, CA 95814
- Simi Valley City Clerk's Office: 2929 Tapo Canyon Road, Simi Valley, CA 93063
Statements of Economic Interests for some state and local government agencies' elected officers may also be available in an electronic format on the FPPC website.
The California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) requires cities to post a single Form 806 (FPPC Regulation 18705.5 amended 03.2012). Form 806 reports additional compensation that officials receive when appointing themselves to positions on other committees, boards or commissions of a public agency, special districts, and joint power agencies/authorities. Each agency must post a single Form 806 listing all paid appointed positions including the date appointed, length of term, and stipend amount. Please click here to view the City's Form 806.