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City Council
The 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.
Mayor George Wallace Linda Curtis
Mayor
George E. Wallace
Vice Mayor
Linda D. Curtis
Billy Hobbs Councilman Will Moffet Teresa V. Schmidt Chris Snead Donnie Tuck
W.H. "Billy"
Hobbs Jr.
Will J.
Moffett

Teresa V.
Schmidt
Chris Osby
Snead

Donnie R.
Tuck


Agendas, Minutes, Videos

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Video links are added after the meeting airs. Minutes are added following approval. 

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.

Public Comment
Members of the public are invited to address council in a limited public forum during meetings. See guidelines here. 

Public hearings
Members of the public are also invited to address council about certain topics prior to a vote. See guidelines here.



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Notice of Public Hearing on June 8 at City Hall
May 25, 2016 - Hampton City Council will hold a public hearing on June 8 at 6:30 p.m. in Council Chambers, 22 Lincoln St., to consider several zoning ordinances and use permits. The purpose is to get public comment on items that will be considered. More information
'Grandfathering' for elderly tax exemptions; details for new applicants
Hampton City Council voted March 9, 2016 to allow low-income elderly and disabled homeowners who were already in the city’s tax exemption program on or before July 2013 to continue to receive tax exemptions. Additional Info...
Council briefed on Hampton Roads crossing alternatives
Dec. 9, 2015 - Hampton City Council was briefed Wednesday morning on four Virginia Department of Transportation options for relieving congestion at major crossings in the region. Area residents are being asked to comment on the options as well. Read on...
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Contact Us
City Council Office
Email all members of City Council

(select member for individual email addresses)

8th floor, City Hall
22 Lincoln Street
Hampton, Va. 23669

Ph: 757-727-6315
Fx: 757-728-3037

Hours
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.