At the 2022 General Election on November 8th, the positions of Mayor and three City Councilors will appear on the ballot. Each candidate for the Mayor or City Council must complete Form SEL 101 and return it to City Hall by 5:00 PM August 30, 2020. This form is available at city hall, Benton County Elections, Secretary of State’s office and on the websites for county and state elections. See the election page for more information
We are pleased to present the 2021 Water Consumer Confidence Report. View the report here.
The City of Monroe wants to remind its citizens that keeping grass and weeds in check on their property or the right-of-way adjacent to their property not only keeps the City a pleasant and safe place to live, but is also the law. Read more about Ordinance 16-01 for details.