The Marin County Council of Mayors and Councilmembers (MCCMC) consists of the mayors and councilmembers of the incorporated cities and towns in Marin.
The MCCMC was formed to:
- Promote cooperation and good working relationships between the governments of all the cities, the County government, and the governing bodies of autonomous special districts.
- Develop and maintain cooperation and understanding between the cities and the State and Federal governments.
- Promote inter-city cooperation by:
- Assembling information to help in the solution of mutual problems.
- Supporting legislation beneficial to member cities.
- Studying means of improving municipal services.
- Promote “home rule” for each member city. Resist State and Federal preemption of city responsibilities by providing effective local leadership through active legislative efforts.
- Serve as the agency through which the cities of Marin County, acting in concert, select their representatives to various statutory bodies or advisory groups.
- Foster and disseminate knowledge relating to municipal government by all appropriate means and arouse greater interest and more active consciousness among the members.
The nine regular meetings of the MCCMC are on the fourth Wednesday of each month (except for July, August, and December) with the business agenda starting at 7:00 PM. The venue rotates among the cities and towns. All meetings are open to the public and comply with the Ralph M. Brown Act.