City Council members are listed below with their telephone numbers. Use the links to access biographical information about individual members of the City Council.
|Link to Biography Page||Telephone Number||E-mail Address|
|District One||Mike Nowlin||254-1886|
|District Two||Betty Moore||205-3389|
|District Three||Harry Goode||608-7220|
|District Four||John Thomas||508-6738|
|District Five||Molly Tasker||608-7220|
The City of Melbourne accepts Internet e-mail for all City Council members at . Additional e-mail addresses which are maintained by elected officials for their own use and provide the option of direct contact with those individuals. Correspondence to the Mayor and Council members should be addressed to them at: City Hall, 900 East Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne, Florida 32901.
The Melbourne City Council consists of the Mayor and six Council members who serve four-year terms. The Mayor is elected at large and Council members represent districts, although also elected by citywide vote. A map of City Council Districts is available.
The City Council is responsible for setting municipal policy, including passage of laws and the annual budget. By majority vote the Council hires a City Manager to conduct the City's daily business.
A contacts list of city officials is available, which includes contact information for the Mayor and Council Members, City Manager, City Clerk, and City Attorney.
The City Council meets at City Hall, 900 E. Strawbridge Ave., at 6:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. The agenda and a summary of minutes are available, as well as archived meeting minutes.
The Council appoints members of the volunteer boards which serve in an advisory capacity or as quasi-judicial bodies. A listing of City boards is available along with information about board obligations.
information about board opportunities,
contact the City Clerk's office at 608-7221 or email:
TELEVISED MEETINGS: Regular City Council meetings are televised on cable channel 199. Meetings are the second and fourth Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m., and are normally televised six times in the following two weeks. Broadcasts are at 12:01 a.m. on Thursdays, 9 a.m. Fridays, and 6 p.m. Sundays. Space Coast Govt. Television gives priority to televising activities of the Florida Legislature as well as Brevard County government meetings, so scheduled telecasts of Melbourne City Council meetings may be occasionally preempted by other programming.
RECORDS: Video recordings of regular City Council meetings are available from the City Clerk's Office on DVD for a fee of $1. Audio recordings of City Council meetings can also be obtained from the City Clerk's Office. Prior to each meeting an agenda package is available online. Following each meeting, a summary of minutes is posted and remains online until the complete minutes are considered for approval at the following City Council meeting. The approved minutes of each meeting are archived online.