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
  2. Meeting Calendar
  1. Council discusses spending priorities, audit report, dance school expansion

    Dec. 14, 2017 - City Council met all day on Wednesday, spending the morning discussing strategic priorities - big-ticket items that will likely require bond financing. Read on...
  2. Council tightens rules on junk cars; residents have until Jan. 1 to comply

    Oct. 25, 2017 - Backyard mechanics have about two months to get inoperable cars fixed, screened or at least start working on them. In response to public complaints, City Council tightened restrictions on junk cars in residential areas. Read on...
  3. City Council to vote on tightening junk car rules, Sportsplex deal

    Oct. 20, 2017 - City Council will meet Wednesday evening at Jones Magnet Middle School to consider tightening restrictions on junk cars in residential areas, in response to increasing citizen complaints. 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