City Council


Regular Meetings

  • 6:30 pm
  • 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month (except November and December when meetings are held just the 2nd Tuesday)
  • City Hall
    2671 San Angelo Street
    Ingleside, TX 78362

Audience Presentations
Any citizen may speak during Audience Presentations which are at each Regular City Council Meeting. If a citizen requests to be placed on the agenda for discussion with the City Council, they must put their request in writing and provide it to the City Secretary the Thursday prior to the Scheduled City Council Meeting.

Special Meetings

  • Special meetings may be held on the call of the Mayor or three Council Members

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes


  1. Oscar Adame

    Oscar Adame



    • Mayor May 2022 through May 2024, 1st Term

  1. Julio Salinas

    Julio Salinas

    Council Member Place 1


    • May 2021 through May 2023, 1st Term
    • May 2023 through May 2025, 2nd Term

  1. David Pruitt

    David Pruitt

    Council Member Place 2


    • May 2020 through May 2022, 1st Term
    • May 2022 through May 2024, 2nd Term

  1. Stewart Wilson

    Stewart Wilson

    Council Member Place 3


    • May 2019 through May 2021, 1st Term
    • May 2021 through May 2023, 2nd Term
    • May 2023 through May 2025, 3rd Term

  1. Tracy Long

    Tracy Long

    Council Member Place 4


    • May 2022 through May 2024, 1st Term
    • Mayor Pro-Tem May 2022 through May 2023
    • Mayor Pro-Tem May 2023 through May 2024

  1. Steve Diehl

    Steve Diehl

    Council Member Place 5


    • May 2019 through May 2021, 1st Term
    • May 2021 through May 2023, 2nd Term
    • May 2023 through May 2025, 3rd Term 

  1. John Salinas

    John Salinas

    Council Member Place 6


    • May 2022 through May 2024, 1st Term

City Councilors are elected and represent the city "at large." Council Members serve staggered two-year terms with three members up for reelection each year. The Mayor is also elected at large and serves a two-year term. No Mayor or Council Member may serve more than three consecutive terms, whether partial or complete terms, whether elected or appointed.


The City Council is the legislative and policy-making body of the City of Ingleside, a "home-rule" city, operating under the authority of the City Charter. The Council enacts legislation, adopts the budget, sets the tax rate, determines policies, approves the appointment of the City Manager, City Attorney, Municipal Court Judge and Clerk, and all Boards and Commission Members.

The City Council receives information from the following groups to decide issues and set policy:

  • Recommendations from City Staff based upon study and analysis
  • Inquiries and information from citizens
  • Decisions and advice from the City Boards and Commissions
  • Professional advisers/consultants as needed