Wichita Falls City Council

The Wichita Falls City Council consists of a Mayor, five district representatives and one at-large representative. The Council meets the first and third Tuesday of each month at 8:30 a.m. in the Council Chambers located on the first floor of Memorial Auditorium, 1300 7th Street. Due to special circumstances the start time and location of a Council meeting may be adjusted. Check the current agenda to determine actual time and place. The meetings are broadcast live on Time Warner Cable Channel 11 and rebroadcast the same day at 7:00 p.m. and midnight and the following Wednesday and Thursday at 9:00 a.m., 7:00 p.m. and midnight.
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(Left to right) Michael Smith, Romeo Montez III, Eric West, City Attorney Kinley Hegglund, Stephen Santellana, City Manager Darron Leiker, Brian Hooker, Jesse Brown, Deandra Chenault

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Council representatives can be contacted privately or the entire Council can be addressed during their monthly meetings. To address the Council during a meeting, you must provide your name, address and item of discussion on the sign-in sheet located outside the Council Chambers prior to the opening of the meeting.

MISSION STATEMENT

 - The mission of the City of Wichita Falls is to enhance our quality of life through responsive service delivery, sound financial management, and partnerships spanning the public, private and business sectors.

VISION STATEMENT

 - Wichita Falls is a vibrant, growing, family‐oriented community of unlimited opportunity and civic pride.

VALUES STATEMENT

 - The Employees and Elected Officials practice these values:

  • Excellence – We will provide an outstanding work product.
  • Integrity We adhere to high moral principles, and are mindful of the public’s trust in our work.
  • Accountability - We will accept responsibility for our actions and decisions.
  • Transparency - We will be visable, accessible, and open in our communication with the public.
  • Innovation - We will strive to improve service delivery by evaluating and introducing new methods, ideas, and programs.