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Meeting Schedule

The Maple Valley City Council Regular Business Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month at 7:00 p.m. at the Tahoma School District Central Services Center, 25720 Maple Valley-Black Diamond Road SE; unless otherwise posted.

All City Council Regular Business Meetings and Special Meetings are open to the public, except for such times when the Council adjourns into executive session, as provided by law, or when Council is legally allowed to meet in closed session. 

City Council Rules of Procedure

The City Council has adopted rules of procedure to assist in the orderly conduct of Council business.

Rules of Procedure [PDF] Revised May 2015

A Citizen's Guide has been prepared to assist those who want to know the expectations for public meetings under parliamentary procedure and Robert's Rules of Order in Washington State.

Citizen's Guide for Maple Valley [PDF]

Meeting Agendas and Agenda Packet Materials

The City Council meeting agenda and agenda packet will be posted to the website by the Friday evening before the Monday Council meeting. Agendas are also posted at the Maple Valley Library and the Tahoma School District Central Services Center.

Agenda packets are available by clicking on the meeting title in the table below. Please note agenda packets may take some time to download depending on the file size.

Audience Participation

The City Council encourages citizens to express their opinions on any matter within the Council's authority. Oral presentations and written communications are both appropriate methods of expression during public meetings. Written communications also may be directed to the City Council at City Hall.

The Council will take public comment at the beginning and the end of each Regular Business Meeting. The public can address the Council on any subject that is related to the business of the City which is not of a quasi-judicial nature or scheduled for a public hearing. The Council may take public comment at Special Meetings.

During the public comment period, speakers must step to the lectern, placed at the front of the room, and state their name and address for the record. Speakers are asked to limit their remarks to no more than three minutes, or no more than five minutes when presenting the official position of a recognized organization. 

Meeting Recordings and Minutes

Audio recordings are made of each City Council meeting. Written minutes summarizing each meeting are also produced and published, upon approval by the Council, to the website.

If you have any questions regarding a City Council meeting or need reasonable accommodations to attend a meeting, please contact Shaunna Lee-Rice, City Clerk, at 425-413-8800 or email

36th Annual National Night Out

  • Date: 08/06/2019 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM  
  • Location: Various Locations
    Maple Valley, Washington 98038

Maple Valley Police will be visiting neighborhoods throughout the city.

The evening will conclude with a celebration at
Glacier Valley Community Park at 7:30 p.m.
(SE280th Street & 238th Avenue SE)

Join us and tour the equipment, visit with Maple Valley, Fire Life & Safety, King County Sheriff's Department, Maple Valley Police Explorers, and City Councilors!

National Night Out began 36 years ago as a way to bring people out on their porches in a symbolic statement against neighborhood crime.

National Night Out also demonstrates the importance of police-community partnerships and citizen involvement in our fight to build a safer nation. For information, call: 425-413-5158

Flyer [PDF]

Facebook Event

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