City Council

City Council as of July 1, 2016.
Hampton City Council has seven members, including an elected mayor and a vice mayor who is selected from among the other six Council members every two years, when elections are held. In addition to making city policy, Council appoints the city manager, who is the chief administrator and executive officer of the city; the clerk of council; and the city attorney.
Donnie Tuck 216x216

Mayor

 
Donnie Tuck
Linda Curtis 216x216

Vice Mayor

 
Linda Curtis
Jimmy Gray 216x216 Billy Hobbs Councilman Will Moffet tschmidt_2016_square Chris Snead 216x216
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  1. News
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  1. 'For The Record' tackles some key Hampton topics, starting with crime

  2. City Council meeting moves again; heads to Kecoughtan for Aug. 9 evening

    July 28, 2017 - First, renovations caused City Council to move its summer meetings to Jones Magnet Middle School. Now, a broken air conditioner at Jones will cause Council (and the School Board) to move to Kecoughtan High School's auditorium in August. Read on...
  3. Hampton remains one of region’s safest cities; taking steps to combat increasing crime

    July 12, 2017 - Hampton Police Chief Terry Sult gave City Council members an update on crime during their Wednesday meeting. Among the key results: Hampton’s rate of violent crime remains below that of most of its neighbors. Read on...

Strategic Vision

  
"We are Hampton, a vibrant waterfront community celebrating and embracing more than 400 years of history and innovation to create an even more dynamic future."

View the presentation on the City Council strategic priorities.

Meeting information


Agendas, minutes, videos, detailed meeting packages, public hearings, public comment information