City Council

Schneider 2022


Ann Schneider

District 3

  1. City Council Information
  2. Council Assignments
  3. Frequently Asked Questions


Millbrae City Council is the governing body of the City. The City Council comprises five members elected by the voters of their respective City Council Districts for four-year terms.

As the legislative branch of our local government, the Council passes local laws and regulations, makes final decisions on all major city matters, and sets city-wide priorities and policies. The City Manager then implements these priorities and policies.

Overall, the Millbrae City Council plays a critical role in shaping the future of the city and ensuring that it remains a vibrant and thriving community for its residents and businesses.

City Council Meetings

The City Council meets twice a month (second and fourth Tuesday of the month) at 7:00 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers and schedules special meetings as needed.


The Millbrae City Council Protocols were adopted on December 8, 1998, through Resolution No. 98-109. These Protocols establish a set of procedures to govern the conduct of Council meetings, policy decision-making, administrative support, and other related matters. Since its adoption, the City Council has revised the Protocols several times and will continue to update them as deemed necessary. The most recent update to the Protocols was in March 2015.


Councilmembers receive $345.00 compensation per month.

Contact the City Council

Councilmembers do not keep offices in City Hall, but you may reach them by emailing Administration or sending correspondence:

City Council
c/o City Clerk
621 Magnolia Ave
Millbrae, CA 94030
(650) 259-2414

All correspondence sent to the City Council becomes a public record, including contact information.