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The Mayor and City Council are the legislative and policy making body for the City of Willmar government. The Mayor is responsible for chairing Council meetings and making various appointments.
The Mayor and eight City Council members are elected to alternating four-year terms. The City of Willmar is divided into four wards. Two Council members are elected to represent each ward. Elections are held in November of even numbered years.
The City of Willmar has a Council-Administrator form of government. The City Administrator is responsible for carrying out the directions of the Council majority.
|Name||Ward||Term Expires||Title on Committee|
|Marv Calvin||Mayor||January, 2019|
|Andrew Plowman||Ward 1||January, 2019||Community Development Committee Vice Chair, Municipal Utitilites Commission Alternate|
|Kathy Schwantes||Ward 1||January, 2021||Rice Hospital Board Alternate|
|Julie Asmus||Ward 2||January, 2021|
|Ron Christianson||Ward 2||January, 2019||Public Works/Safety Committee Chair|
|Fernando Alvarado||Ward 3||January, 2021|
|Rick Fagerlie||Ward 3||January, 2019||Community Development Committee Chair|
|Audrey Nelsen||Ward 4||January, 2019||Public Works/Safety Committee Vice Chair|
|Shawn Mueske||Ward 4||January, 2021||Labor Relations Committee Vice Chair|
The City Council holds meetings on the first and third Mondays of each month at 7:00p. The Council Chambers is located in the back of Willmar Municipal Utilities, 700 Litchfield Ave SW, displayed at the right.