King City Hall
King City Hall


The City of King is dedicated to ensuring the health, safety and well-being of our citizens. This goal is accomplished by efficient and effective resource management and provision of services. The Administration Department is tasked with developing an organization that is responsive to the desires of the City Council and the needs of the citizens. Formal and informal communication is emphasized involving the citizens, our governing body, our department heads, and our employees. This interaction helps in the establishment and fulfillment of goals that improve and maintain the quality of life in our community that we all enjoy.


The Administration Department staff includes the City Manager and City Clerk who perform all duties required by the City Charter, State Laws and City Ordinances.

The manager is a professional public administrator hired by the King City Council to serve as the City's Chief Executive Officer. The manager's responsibility is to plan, organize and direct all city employees and operations.

The City Clerk serves as secretary to the Mayor, City Council, and City Manager, maintains city records and proceedings of all Council meetings/workshops, prepares Council agendas, minutes, ordinances, resolutions, proclamations, public notices, and records, coordinates the codification, indexing, microfilming, and changes to the City of King Ordinances, organizes meetings of elected officials, and handling requests for information.





King City Council members are elected in odd numbered years. All elected seats are non-partisan and serve in four year staggered terms. Depending upon county residency, citizens may register to vote and learn how to become a candidate for public office by contacting either the Stokes County Board of Elections at (336) 593-2409 or Forsyth County Board of Elections at (336) 703-2800. 

Public Meetings

The King City Council meets in regular scheduled sessions the first Monday of each month at 6:00 PM in the King City Hall Council Chambers located at 229 S. Main Street. These meetings are open to the public and citizens are encouraged to attend.

Agendas and Minutes

Agendas for the City Council meetings are prepared for each scheduled meeting by the City Clerk and generally available by 5:00 PM preceding the scheduled meeting. Agendas and Minutes are also posted on the website and may be found here. If you wish to be placed on the printed agenda to address the City Council, you may do so by contacting the City Clerk by Monday at noon preceding the scheduled meeting.

Minutes of the meetings are available in the City Clerk's Office after approval by the City Council and can be viewed by appointment or on this website. Please contact the City Clerk at (336) 983-8265.