City Council

Council Meetings

  • 7:00 p.m.
  • 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month
  • Meetings are currently hybrid- both in person and via Zoom. View agenda for in-person location.
  • Committee of the Whole workshops begins at 5:30 p.m.

City Council Committee of the Whole workshop is generally held before the regular Council meeting and starts at 5:30 p.m. All public members are welcome to attend the Workshops and the City Council meetings. In addition, there is an opportunity at the beginning of each City Council meeting for members of the public to address the City Council on any matters of interest or concern.

Agendas, Minutes, Audio & Presentations


Agendas are available the Friday before the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes | Meeting Audio Recordings (mp3) | View Presentations for the current year 

View videos of meetings on the City's YouTube channel.



 Click on a Councilmember's name to go to their individual page.

Amy Ockerlander, Mayor
Term Expires: December 2025

Ronn Mercer, Position 4
Term Expires: November 2023
John Isaacson, Position 1
Term Expires: December 2025
 Mike Supple, Position 5
Term Expires: November 2023
Rick Shaffer, Position 2
Term Expires: December 2023
 Jennifer Knaplund, Position 6
Term Expires: December 2025
Amy McHenry, Position 3
Term Expires: December 2025
 Corey Lovett, Position 7
Term Expires: November 2023


City Council Responsibilities

Holding an elected office requires a solid commitment to the community. City and state codes legally define a council member's role. This outline is meant to be a description of what a council member's role is in Duvall. 

The Duvall City Council is an elected body of 7 members. The council's primary responsibility is to set policies for the city. The City Council also has a vital role in the budget process. The mayor is responsible for ensuring that policies set by the council are carried out. Each council member has responsibility for overseeing policy issues in some aspect of city government. In addition to keeping current on local policy issues, council members must stay informed on state and county-level issues that could affect the city. 

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