City Council

Hilliard City Council consists of seven elected officials who represent all city residents. As Hilliard’s legislative body, City Council sets policy, establishes goals and oversees the city’s annual budget.

City Council members

Council meetings begin at 7 p.m. on the second and fourth Monday of each month in the Council Chamber of the Hilliard Municipal Building. Residents are welcome to speak before city council and simply need to sign in before the meeting. All speakers must maintain civil conduct and only address topics they designated when signing in. Contact us with questions or for more information.

The city council consists of five committees — city planning, projects and services, economic and entrepreneurial development, finance and administration, public Safety and legal affairs and Recreation and Parks Department. These committees consider legislation before it advances to the full council. Committee meetings are open to the public and meet on an as-needed basis.