January 2020

City property includes the City Hall Offices and Auditorium,  the Post Office, the City Recreation Areas between 7th & 8th Streets, 2 Public Works Buildings, the Wastewater Treatment Plant, the Golf Course, City Hall Park, Gazebo Park, East Side Park, Sunset Park, Water Front Park and the City entrance.

Five city commissioners elected for four-year staggered terms govern Key Colony Beach.  City elections are non-partisan and are held in November with the general election.  The current city commissioners are Mayor John DeNeale, Vice Mayor Ron Sutton, Commissioners Kimmeron Lisle, Patti Trefry and April Tracy.

At the 1st commission meeting in December the new commission elects a Mayor and Vice-Mayor from its members and appoints the City Administrator, City Clerk, the Building Official, the Police Chief, the City Attorney, the City auditor and the City Engineer.  Management of the City wastewater collection and treatment facility and the City Golf Course are performed under contract.

Fifteen employees assist the city commission including a staff of five in the City Administrator’s office: a five-member police department, and a staff of four in the building/public works department.

Six volunteer Boards and Committees advise and help the City Commission and City Administrator.  These are the Code Enforcement Board, the Utility Board, the Planning and Zoning Board, the Disaster Preparedness Committee, the Beautification Committee and the Recreation Committee.