City Council and City Clerk


In this section you will find helpful information for the City Council and the City Clerk Office in University City. The City Clerk is the record keeper for the City. The City Clerk is responsible for all City Council agendas and minutes. 

Below are links to City Council agendas, minutes and audio files. City Council meeting packets are available via Notify Me, which is a email subscription service. These packets are sent out in advance of the City Council meetings to subscribers. City Council minutes are posted online after the City Council approves them. All of the files reside on the City’s LaserFiche system. This system is directly accessible via the Public Documents link. 

Information for upcoming City Council meetings is available through the City's calendar located at

All City Council meetings are streamed live through the City’s YouTube channel at Subscribe to the City's YouTube channel to receive notifications of our latest content! 

2023 City Council Meeting Dates

City Council Meeting Audio Note: These files must be downloaded. This is not streaming audio. 

City Council Meeting Agendas

City Council Meeting Minutes

City Council Members and Contact

For questions regarding City Council Meetings please contact the City Clerk’s office at 314-505-8605. 

State of the City 2023

The State of the City address was given on March 16, 2023 on the 5th floor of City Hall.

  1. Heman Park Pool Repair and Reopening Update

    Your patience is appreciated as work continues to repair as quickly as possible the severe damage caused by last July's historic flooding to the facility and infrastructure of Heman Park Pool. Read on...
  2. University City welcomes QuikTrip with ribbon cutting ceremony

    On Wed., Apr. 12, University City will officially welcome QuikTrip to U City with a ribbon cutting at 7579 Olive Blvd. at 2:30 p.m. Read on...
  3. Dennis Fuller Appointed as Second Ward Councilmember

    On Mar. 13, the City Council voted to approve the appointment of Dennis Fuller as a Councilmember for Ward Two filling the vacancy left by former Councilmember Tim Cusick. Read on...