The City of Amity will cultivate a sense of community and improved quality of life. The City will provide municipal services with quality customer service, proactive management, mindful stewardship and fiscal responsibility.
The City of Amity is a welcoming community where people choose to live and visit. The City has a diverse mixture of thriving businesses supporting the residents and regional industry. Citizens are actively engaged in government and community activities/events. The City provides infrastructure to support continued growth and maintains strong and stable funding and reserves. Neighborhoods are family-friendly, walkable, and well-maintained. The City is recognized for it's sense of community, parks, public art, and wine. Amity continues to be known for being friendly.
AMITY CITY COUNCIL
Mayor Joshua Clark
Mayor Joshua Clark is currently the Mayor for City of Amity. He grew up in Amity and moved away after high school. He moved back when he was 28 with his wife and two children.
He has had many jobs throughout his life from gas station attendant, dishwasher, substitute teacher, construction worker to Mayor.
"You only get one life, don't let fear stop you from experiencing all you can."
Joshua's term expires December 31, 2024
Councilor Ryan Lehman, Council President
Councilor Lehman is currently the
Council President and serves on the
Finance and Tourism Committee.
Ryan's term expires December 31, 2022.
Councilor Napua Ann Rich
Councilor Rich serves on the Business Outreach and Ordinance Committee.
Napua's term expires December 31, 2022.
Councilor Sandy McArthur
Councilor McArthur serves on the Ordinance Committee and Business Outreach.
Sandy's term expires December 31, 2024
Councilor Robert Andrade
Councilor Andrade serves on the Public Works Committee.
Robert's term expires December 31, 2022.
Councilor Rachel King
Rachel's term expires December 31, 2024
Councilor April Dyche
Councilor Dyche's term expires December 31, 2024.
Council Goals 2020
(Updated in February each year)
1. Streets/Storm Drains
Identify Problem Areas/Inventory
Communicate Action & Education
Prioritized Street Repairs
2. Law Enforcement
Enforce / Educate Ordinances
Monitor YCSO Contract
3. Community Involvement
Community Physical Improvement Event
Council Involvement Community Events
More School Interaction
Explore Utility Assistance Programs
Outreach on Progress (Inform)
5. Business Development
Annual Business Workshop
Explore Possible Park Additions
7. City Hall/Community Center
Identify Funding Sources
Evaluate Improvements to Current Facilities
*Transparency thru Education and Communication
* Code Codification
9. Enhanced Community Relations w/ County & Local Interests
Tourism Committee - Finish Grant & Review Ordinance