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The Corte Madera Town Council is the community's part-time legislative body consisting of five members including the Mayor, Vice Mayor and three Councilmembers. They are elected at-large on a non-partisan basis for a four-year term. The terms are staggered so that a measure of continuity is maintained in the transitions from one Council to the next. The Corte Madera Town Council also serves as the Board of Directors for Sanitary District No. 2.
Councilmembers receive compensation in the amount of $300 per month, with the Mayor receiving $350 per month. To learn more about Corte Madera's Town Council members, please click their names above. See relevant Municipal Code Section here. In addition to the stipends found in the Municipal Code, the Mayor and Members of the Town Council have the option to enroll in the Town's medical coverage in the same manner as a full time employee. Should a councilmember wish to enroll, it is at their own expense, with a nominal administrative fee covered by the Town. Mayor and Members of the Town Council are reimbursed for qualifying out-of-pocket expenses pursuant to all adopted policies governing reimbursement of employees.
Councilmember compensation for the prior calendar year can be found on the State of California's Government Compensation In California website using this direct link.
Citizen participation at Council meetings is encouraged. Council meetings are normally held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6:30 P.M. in the Town Hall Council Chambers (300 Tamalpais Drive). There are instances throughout the year when the date, time or location of the meetings may change. Please check our online calendar to verify dates and times of upcoming meetings, or click here to sign up to receive automatic notifications.