City Council

McCall City Council Vision Statement

"McCall will be a diverse, small town united to maintain a safe, clean, healthy and attractive environment. It will be a friendly, progressive community that is affordable and sustainable."

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McCall City Council January 2020
Left to Right: Colby Nielsen, Melanie Holmes, Bob Giles, Thom Sowers and Mike Maciaszek

McCall City Council Members


Visit with the Mayor

Mayor Bob Giles holds office hours at City Hall on Wednesdays from 10am to 12pm

City Hall located at: 216 E. Park Street 

To learn more or with questions contact

Your ideas and comments on City issues are important to us. City Council members want to hear your concerns and views on issues facing our community. Public comment is available at meetings at a determined time typically at the front of the meeting. You may also choose to submit a comment online by clicking here. Under the council-manager form of government a non-partisan city manager functions as the chief executive of the government organization. The City Manager, Anette Spickard, oversees the day-to-day operations of the city and serves as advisor to the city council. 

The city's chief election official, the City Clerk is responsible for administering Municipal Elections. Elections for City Council are held every two years. City Council members serve four-year terms of office.

For voter registration information, call the Valley County Clerk's office at 208-382-7100. For polling place or other city election-related questions, please call the McCall City Clerk at 208-634-4874. Forms and information can be found at

To coordinate interviews or request press information contact: Erin Greaves, Communications Manager at 208-634-8966

McCall City Council Resources
Council Agendas
Council Minutes
Watch Meetings Streamed live
Calendar Meeting Events have current Packets attached
Governance Manual
Document Search Center is available for all public records
Local Housing Resources