|Charter Review Committee|
|About The Committee|
On May 28, 2013, the Anaheim City Council established a seven member Charter Review Committee by resolution, to serve as an advisory body to the Council. This Committee was tasked with conducting a comprehensive review of the City's Charter, which serves as the City's fundamental governing document and outlines certain authority and restrictions the City has over municipal affairs.
The Committee will meet at least twice a month during the review process. At the end of the review, the Charter Review Committee will present the City Council with recommendations, which could be placed to the ballot for voter approval during the next statewide primary election. Please note that no changes can be made to the City's Charter without the vote of the people.