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Mayor & Council

The City of Sedgwick is a 3rd Class City (cities with less than 5,000 in population). The city uses the Mayor/Council form of Government.
The Mayor and Council serve 4 year terms.

City Council meets on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month, unless they fall on a Holiday. Date of rescheduled meeting is determined by council in a motion.

Meet your Mayor and Council

Mayor: Lynne Vigil - sworn in 9/23/2016 will serve until January, 2018. Appointed as Council Member to fill vacancy 01/2011, elected to serve on Council until January, 2018.

Council Member: Rick Jacob - first elected to serve 04/2011-04/2015, re-elected to serve until 01/2020.

Council Member: Thom Noone - first elected to serve 04/2009-04/2013, re-elected to serve until 01/2018.

Council Member: Richard Ludowese - elected to serve 04/2015-01/2020.

Council Member: Kirby Stucky - elected to serve 04/2015-01/2020.

Council Member: Carol Berning - nominated by Mayor Lynne Vigil to fill her vacancy of 9/23/2016, when she became Mayor after the seat had been vacated by resignation of Rodney Eggleston. Unanimously approved by Council. Carol Berning will fill this seat until the election, November, 2017.



Youth Council

As a High School student you have a different view of things that are happening, or you would like to see happen in the City of Sedgwick. We invite you to bring your ideas and view points to the City Council by serving as a representative of your peers. Volunteer to serve on Sedgwick's Youth Council.

If you are interested in serving on the Youth Council, please contact Sedgwick City Hall at 772-5151.

The following students served on the 2012-2013 Youth Council

Serving with the City Council ~ Katy Aycock, Allison Thomas
Serving with Planning & Zoning ~ McKinley Garrett
Serving with Recreation Commission ~ Annabel Little
Serving with Senior Center ~ Claudia Giffin

Picture of the Youth Council touring the Wastewater Treatment plant.