Kathy Sell was elected in 2022 to serve as Mayor. She was first elected to the City Council in 2010 and re-elected in 2014, and again in 2020.
Prior to serving on the Council she served on the Economic Development Committee for several years, and most recently served on the Community Development Commission. Currently, Kathy serves on the Upper Rogue Community Foundation and also helps with the 4th July parade.
Kathy and her husband Randy have lived in Eagle Point for 35 years where they owned and operated Valley Feed and Pet Supply. They raised their sons in the community and have enjoyed every bit of it.
Mayor Sell serves as the City's liaison to:
Eagle Point and Upper Rogue Chamber of Commerce.
Rogue Valley Area Commission on Transportation.
Rogue Valley Council of Governments Board of Directors.
Rogue Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization.
Brad Hewitt was appointed in November 2023 by a majority vote of the City Council to serve the remainder of a former Councilor's term.
Brad was born in Medford, Oregon, and graduated from Crater High School. After graduation, he enlisted and served eight years in the United States Army. He was stationed with the 25th Infantry Division, Schofield Barracks in Hawaii, and was honorably discharged at the rank of Sergeant E-5. Currently, Brad volunteers with the Bureau of Land Management, Southwest Oregon District, and Bureau of Land Management in Washington D.C. to help ensure the Cascade Siskiyou National Monument is properly managed for the enjoyment and access to everybody. Brad is employed at F.V. Martin Trucking as a log truck driver . He and his wife, Sandy, have been married for 31 years and are members of a local Eagle Point church. Brad was formally a member of the Eagle Point Planning Commission.
Stacy Fields was appointed in February 2023 by a majority vote of the City Council to serve the remainder of a former Councilor's term.
Stacy has resided in Eagle Point for over 20 years where she and her spouse are raising their two children. Professionally, Stacy is the Director of the nonprofit Family Network for Jackson and Josephine Counties; connecting families who have children that experience disability to each other and to the community, as well as helping the community to be welcoming for all. Stacy is also a Certified Community Health Worker, which is a frontline public health worker who is a trusted member of and/or has a special understanding of the community served.
Currently, Stacy participates in committees and councils such as the Oregon Consortium of Family Networks, Oregon Health Authority's Disability Equity Collaborative, Oregon Developmental Disability Services Children’s Services Advisory Group, Oregon's Developmental Disability Coalition, Oregon Department of Education's State Advisory Council for Special Education, SOESD's Regional Advisory Committee, Southern Oregon Early Learning Hub Agency Advisory Council, Board of Directors for The Arc Jackson County, Jackson Youth Systems of Care Committee, Jackson County Early Intervention / Early Childhood Special Education Council, Board of Directors for The Valley School of Southern Oregon, and Southern Oregon Success's Family Advisory Committee
Councilor Fields serves as the City's liaison to:
Jackson County School District No. 9.
David Lacombe was appointed in February 2023 by a majority vote of the City Council to serve the remainder of a former Councilor's term. David was previously elected to the Eagle Point Council in 2018. He served on Eagle Point's Community Development Commission 2017-2018. David is a former soldier and reserve police officer for the City of Phoenix Oregon. David and his wife, Katherine, have lived in Eagle Point for 12 years where they have raised their five wonderful children. David is currently employed at Sweed Machinery and Redcon 1 Weapons.
Councilor Lacombe serves as the City's liaison to:
Jackson County Fire District 3.
Jessica Welch was elected to the Eagle Point City Council in 2022.
Prior to serving on the council she served on the Neighborhood Enhancement Commission and Budget Committee.
Jessica has been a home educator since 2016 and has a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education. She and her husband, Norman Welch, moved to Eagle Point in 2020 for a youth ministry position. They have been married since 2010 and have three children.
Councilor Welch serves as the City's liaison to:
Eagle Point Neighborhood Enhancement Commission.
Michael Stanek was elected to serve on the Eagle Point City Council in 2016 and reelected in 2020. Michael is serving a second consecutive term as Council President. He is a former lay member of the Budget Committee as well as the Parks and Recreation Commission. Currently, he is a member of the Rogue Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization, Public Advisory Council, and also the Chair Person for the Upper Rogue Community Foundations Homestay Program with our Sister City, Showa, Japan. Professionally, he is the Marketing Director for a DIY Solar Company.
Councilor Stanek serves as the City's liaison to:
Rogue Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization, Public Advisory Council.
Kevin Walruff was elected in 2018 and reelected in 2022 to serve on the Eagle Point City Council. He is a former member of the Eagle Point Planning Commission and has volunteered his time on the 4th of July Committee and the Branding Committee. Kevin served 8 years in the Oregon Army National Guard and was last assigned as a local unit Company Commander. He is a retired Police Officer and possesses a Bachelor's degree in business administration. Kevin currently works as a Law Enforcement Coordinator with an information sharing agency and services as a board member for the Oregon Narcotics Enforcement Association. Kevin's father, Gary, was an Eagle Point Councilman at the time of his passing in 2007. He and his wife have lived in Eagle Point for the last 15 years, as does his mother and siblings.
Councilor Walruff serves as the City's liaison to:
Eagle Point Planning Commission