Moline Legislative Body
The City Council is Moline’s Legislative body and is comprised of the Mayor, one member from each of the seven wards within the City, and one that represents the City at-large.
The mission of Moline City Government is to act in a financially responsible manner while providing quality and efficient City services and creating a sustainable City.
City Council Core Values
The City of Moline serves its residents through a commitment to six foundational core values which should be reflected in all policies and actions taken by elected leaders, volunteers and staff.
The City of Moline values collaboration in the pursuit of policies and programs that benefit the City and surrounding community. The City will partner with local governments, organizations, businesses, and residents in the pursuit of creating positive solutions for all.
- Service & Engagement
The City will provide a level of service that meets or exceeds the community’s expectations and will fully engage residents, businesses and organizations to effectively understand needs and wants of the community.
- Innovation, Adaptability & Resiliency
The City of Moline will dedicate itself to providing innovative solutions in the delivery of services, formulation of policies and development activities. It will promote a forward-thinking environment that supports creativity and continuous improvement.
Moline will engage in outstanding levels of performance and will deliver high quality services with the greatest value for its residents and businesses.
- Welcoming and Inclusive
Moline will be a welcoming community, made stronger by the rich diversity of its residents whose perspectives and backgrounds are celebrated with dignity, equity and respect.
The City of Moline will be a good and dependable steward of its financial, human and environmental resources.
City Council Pillars
The three pillars represent the City's area of interest and responsibility. The pillars encompass all that the City does and provides to its residents through policy decisions, regulation and services.
- Pillar #1 - Infrastructure
Includes water, sewer, streets and sidewalks and transportation, with attention to 21st century needs such as broadband, low carbon electricity, breathable high quality air and the environment.
- Pillar #2 - Quality of Place
Community attributes and amenities that make Moline a place people want to live, including the upkeep of homes, neighborhoods and opportunities for health, recreation, parks, library, arts and culture.
- Pillar #3 - The Economy
Economic development is the foundation of a healthy community. Living wage jobs, equity and inclusion for women and minority groups, nurturing and growing small business, attracting new business, retaining existing long standing business, and the environment encompass this pillar.
City Council Goals Setting Reports
Council members meet as the Committee-of-the-Whole on select Tuesdays of each month at 6:00 pm in Council Chambers, unless otherwise posted. Please check the meeting schedule for meeting dates. The formal City Council meeting is held immediately following the Committee-of-the-Whole meeting.
City Council and Committee-of-the-Whole sessions are open to the public. The public is allowed to address City Council at the end of the meeting after stating their name.
Meeting agendas are available for public review the Friday afternoon preceding the Council Meeting. Agendas are posted at City Hall on the public bulletin board outside of Council Chambers and on the website.
Public Notices are available for public review as they are posted at City Hall on the public bulletin board outside of Council Chambers and on the website.