Meridian City Council is an elected body of six representatives for Meridian residents. As local legislators, councilmembers are responsible for and responsive to the citizens who elected them across Meridian's six local districts.
Meridian created these districts in 2022 to comply with state law, but elections will not be held by district until November 2023. In the interim, each Council Member will represent the district that corresponds to his or her existing seat number, even if he or she does not currently reside in that district.
To find out who your City Council Representative is and to learn more about Meridian City Council Districts visit here ».
Meridian City Council performs many functions including the approval of the annual budget, adopts ordinances and resolutions, and enacts city policies.
Search City Council Districts by Address
There are six City Council Districts, represented by an elected Council Member. As a resident of Meridian, you have a dedicated City Council Member. In addition to contacting the Mayor’s Office for comments or concerns, you can also connect with your elected City Council Member. The provided interactive map helps you identify what City Council District an address falls within. It also provides the name of the City Council Member, representing that area of the community. Click here », or on the map image to access the interactive map.
Districting determines which neighborhoods and communities are grouped together for purposes of electing a City Council member. To learn more about the districting process, view our interactive map here », or view City Council contact information here ». To learn more about the district commission’s establishing process, view the Districting Committee information here ».
If you have any additional questions, please contact the City Clerk's office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (208) 888-4433.