City Council

The Gig Harbor City Council consists of seven part-time, nonpartisan members elected at-large to serve four-year terms.


The City of Gig Harbor is a code city with a strong mayor form of government. The city council is responsible for enacting all legislation and making general policy decisions governing the city.

Vision Statement

The City of Gig Harbor leads the way in livability, environmental stewardship, economic vitality, and municipal services.

Strategic Plan

The city council has adopted a Two-Year Strategic Plan for 2023-24 designed to provide council and the city’s residents with a high-level view of the priorities and goals of the city council.  

Contact Information

To send an email to the entire city council and mayor, please use the email address The city administrator and city clerk are also copied on emails sent to this address.

  1. Mayor Markley

    Tracie Markley


  1. Councilmember Woock

    Jeni Woock

    Councilmember, Position 1

  1. Councilmember Henderson

    Roger Henderson

    Councilmember, Position 2

  1. Councilmember Lykins

    Brenda Lykins

    Councilmember, Position 3

  1. Councilmember Barber

    Mary Barber

    Councilmember, Position 4

  1. Ben Coronado

    Councilmember, Position 5

  1. Councilmember Rodenberg

    Le Rodenberg

    Councilmember, Position 6

  1. Councilmember Seth Storset

    Seth Storset

    Councilmember, Position 7


The city council meets on the second and fourth Monday of each month at 5:30 p.m. These regular Monday meetings are held in-person in council chambers but may also be accessed remotely on Zoom. Public comment is taken at these meetings, both in-person and via Zoom, by following the procedures printed on each meeting's agenda.

In addition, the city council holds study sessions to discuss matters before taking final action at a regular meeting. Study sessions are typically held at 3:00 p.m. on the Thursday immediately following a regular Monday meeting. Study sessions are held in-person but may also be accessed remotely on Zoom. No public comment is taken at study sessions.

All meetings can be accessed via Zoom at or by calling (253) 215-8782 and entering Meeting ID 932 1605 6382.  

City Council Guidelines & Procedures

The city council adheres to its adopted City Council Guidelines & Procedures.

Minutes & Recordings

The City of Gig Harbor maintains minutes of the official proceedings in which city business is conducted. The recordings and action minutes are posted and available to the public as soon as possible.

Voting History

2023 City Council Vote Tracker

2022 City Council Vote Tracker

2021 City Council Vote Tracker

2020 City Council Vote Tracker

2019 City Council Vote Tracker
2018 City Council Vote Tracker

Council Committees

On occasion, council may form committees of three councilmembers to address specific topics. In the past, council has had five standing committees as established in the Gig Harbor Municipal Code. Minutes and recordings from past meetings can be found here: