Mayor & Commissioners
According to the provisions set forth in the City Charter, Lake Worth operates a Commission-Manager form of government. Authority is vested in an elected City Commission, which, in turn, appoints the City Manager.
The City Commission is comprised of five members who serve staggered two-year terms and are elected on a nonpartisan basis by residents of the City. The Mayor is elected by a city-wide vote to serve a two-year term as the presiding officer at City Commission Meetings and as the official head of the City of Lake Worth for legislative and ceremonial purposes. The City Commission is responsible for passing Ordinances and other policy directives necessary for the operation of the City.
Items of Interest
- 2017 State of the City Address by Mayor Pam Triolo (Video)
- 2016 State of the City Address by Mayor Pam Triolo (Video)
- 2014 State of the City Address by Mayor Pam Triolo (Audio)
- Commission Trip to Tallahassee
Meet the Mayor & the Commission
Pam Triolo, Mayor
Christopher McVoy, Ph.D District 2
Andy Amoroso, District 3
Vice Mayor Pro Tem
Ryan Maier, District 4