Youth City Council

Mayor & City Council

The Youth City Council is made up of young men and women from Spanish Fork schools in 9th to 12th grade.  A mayor and council are elected every June and have committees that help in service projects each month. The Youth Council meets the 2nd Thursday of each month at the City Office in the Council Room and then has a monthly service activity. Being on the Youth Council is a great chance to serve the community, meet youth from all over Spanish Fork, learn how city government works, and meet local and state officials.

ALL PARTICIPANTS (including Board Members) must submit the Youth City Council Application and Media Release forms. The Media Release form must be completed by a parent or guardian.
Youth City Council Application
Youth City Council Media Release

If you are interested in serving a position on the Youth City Council, you must ALSO submit the Youth City Council Executive Board Application.

Youth City Council Executive Board Application

Some of the service and activities we have done:

  • Served at multiple events for Fiesta Days (grand parade, children activities in the park, flag retirement, car show, Speedy Spaniard run, craft vendor set up, and baby contest)
  • Served at the Planes, Trains, and Automobiles event at the Airport
  • Served at the Harvest Moon Hoorah
  • Served at the Senior Center for their Christmas dinner and Valentines dinner
  • Legislation Day at the State Capital
  • Produce and serve at the First Responders appreciation breakfast
  • Trick or Treat on Main street in Spanish Fork
  • And many more

For more information, please contact City Council member Stacy Beck through email at or Advisor Tara Silver at