For more information, please contact the City Manager's office at (954) 753-5040.
Form of Government
The Commission / City Manager form of government governs the City of Parkland. Voters elect a Mayor and four Commissioners who meet twice a month to set forth City policy. The Commission appoints a City Manager to oversee the daily operations of the City.
The Mayor may live anywhere within the City limits, but is required to reside in the City for at least a year before seeking office. Commissioners must live within the district they represent, however they are elected at large. They are required to reside in the particular district for which they seek election for a period of at least one year.
| Elected Official
|| Approximate Boundaries
| Term of Office
|At large||Four years, expires November 2018|
|Stacy Kagan, Vice Mayor||District One - South of County Line Road, west of Nob Hill Road, west of Pine Island Road, and north of the City boundary||Four years, expires November 2018|
|Grace Solomon, Commissioner
||District Two - South of County Line Road / Loxahatchee Road, west of Parkside Drive, east of Nob Hill Road to the point where Nob Hill Road and Pine Island Road intersect, east of Pine Island Road, and north of Holmberg Road||Four years, expires November 2018|
|Ken Cutler, Deputy Vice Mayor||District Three - South of Holmberg Road, east of Pine Island Road, west of State Road 7 / US-441, north of the Sawgrass Expressway, south of the Sawgrass Expressway, east of Riverside Drive, including NW 80 Terrace Extension, NW 79 Way Extension, Godfrey Road, and Pinetree Road||Four years, expires November 2020|
|Bob Mayersohn, Commissioner||District Four - South of Loxahatchee Road, east of Parkside Drive, north of Holmberg Road, and west of State Road 7 / US-441||Four years, expires November 2020|
Our mission is to provide leadership and vision in carrying out the legislative / policy-making functions of the City of Parkland while continuously responding to the needs of the community.