Charter Review Commission

What is the Charter Review?

The city’s Charter Review process comes once every 10 years, per Article XIII of the Home Rule Charter.

First established in January of 1992, a charter review commission is appointed to review the Charter (essentially the city’s constitution) and recommend any changes to the city council. The commission is made up of nine (9) members, four (4) are appointed by the mayor, and five (5) by the city council. The commission has a maximum of eight (8) months from the date of its appointment to complete a report and submit its findings to the city council.

 

2022 Charter Review Commission Members

John J. Igliozzi

Chairman

Oscar O. Vargas

Vice-Chairman

Carmen Castillo

Councilwoman

Bryan Principe

Nina Pande

Macky McCleary

Tiana Ochoa

Robert L. Ricci

Dr. Wayne Montague

Get Involved

The public is encouraged to actively participate in the charter review process. You can attend a meeting or offer feedback in several ways, including through email or by submitting suggestions via a survey.

Public meetings, called charettes, will also be part of the overall input process. Those dates will be determined.

2022 Meetings

January 19, 5:30 p.m.

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Charter review documents

2012 Charter Review Commission final report

2012 Charter Review Commission ballot results

2002 Charter Review Commission final report

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