Elected Officials


The City of Monroe has a strong Mayor / Council form of government. The Mayor is elected by the citizens and serves a four-year term. The Mayor acts as the chief administrative officer responsible for managing the City.

The City Council is dedicated to the concept of participatory government. They strive to provide numerous opportunities for the residents of Monroe to become involved in their government.

Contacting Your Elected Officials

14841 179th Ave SE, Suite 320
Monroe, WA 98272
Phone: 360-794-7400
Fax: 360-794-4007

Mayor & City Council

Mayor Thomas Outdoor
Councilmember Hanford Headshot
Councilmember Kinney Headshot
Councilmember Fisher Headshot

Geoffrey Thomas
Term Expires: 12/2025

Kevin Hanford
Position 1
Term Expires: 12/2025

Tami Kinney
Position 2
Term Expires: 12/2025

Kyle Fisher
Position 3
Term Expires: 12/2025

Councilmember Fulcher Headshot
Councilmember Davis Headshot
Councilmember Gamble Headshot
Councilmember Scarboro Headshot

Heather Fulcher
Position 4
Term Expires: 12/2023

Ed Davis
Position 5
Term Expires: 12/2023

Jason Gamble
Position 6
Term Expires: 12/2023

Kirk Scarboro
Position 7
Term Expires: 12/2025

  1. Meetings
  2. Priorities and Plans
  3. Resources


  • 7:00 pm
  • First through fourth Tuesdays of the month (any meeting falling on a holiday is rescheduled to the next business day (evening) unless otherwise rescheduled or cancelled by Council)
  • **NOTE NEW LOCATION: Monroe School District Administration Building located at 14692 179th Ave SE, Monroe WA
  • City Council Committee Meetings occur prior to the Council Meetings generally starting no earlier than 5:30 p.m. (Go to Council Committees page for more details)

City Council Meeting Schedule

City Council 2023 Meeting Schedule (PDF) - Approved December 13, 2022; Amended June 27, 2023

Agendas & Minutes

The City of Monroe has implemented a new Agenda Center for 2021 meetings. Agendas, Minutes, and video recordings for meetings since January 1, 2021 can be found at the link below.

Agenda Center

The City has retained its previous Agenda Center as an archive, where agendas, minutes, and recordings of past meetings are available for public access. The Agenda Center Archive can be accessed at the link below.

Agenda Center Archive