City Commission

Piqua Commission Vacancy Announcement

The 4th Ward City Commissioner position is currently vacant. Any citizen who has been a resident of the City of Piqua's 4th Ward for one (1) year may submit an application indicating their desire and willingness to fill the unexpired term. 

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  • 6:00 p.m.
  • 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month
  • Municipal Government Complex
    201 W Water Street
    Commission Chambers
    Piqua, OH 45356

The Commission meetings follow an agenda and allow time at the end for questions, comments, and concerns of citizens. Video of City Commission meetings are available on the City of Piqua YouTube channel.

Agendas & Minutes

The Piqua City Commission meeting public notice and agenda will be released on the Friday before the commission meetings. The agenda packet will be released on the day of the meeting to ensure accurate and timely information to the public.

View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes


Jim Vetter1st Ward CommissionerMay 1, 2022 - December 31, 2023
Cindy Pearson (Mayor)2nd Ward CommissionerJanuary 1, 2020 - December 31, 2023
Kris Lee (Vice Mayor)3rd Ward CommissionerJanuary 1, 2022 - December 31, 2025
Vacant4th Ward CommissionerJanuary 1, 2022 - December 31, 2025
Kazy Hinds5th Ward CommissionerJanuary 1, 2020 - December 31, 2023

Interested in being on City of Piqua Commission?

Pick up a packet from the Miami County Board of Elections. 

Open PositionNumber of Openings Available
1st Ward Commissioner1
2nd Ward Commissioner1
5th Ward Commissioner1

City of Piqua Election Process Information


Piqua is served by five commissioners representing the five wards. View our Interactive Ward Map. This map will allow users to zoom in, search for their address, and click on the parcel to confirm their ward and commissioner. The box adjacent to "Wards" will need to be checked on the right side of the screen under "Layer List" for the ward layer to appear.

Each Commissioner must live within the ward that he/she represents. Any person eligible to the commission may be placed in nomination by a petition filed in his behalf with the election authorities and signed by not less than 50 nor more than 100 electors of his ward, as a candidate for ward commissioner.

The election of commissioners is city-wide with the entire city electing all commissioners and is nonpartisan. Elected Commissioners serve a term of four years. City Commissioner elections are held in November in odd-numbered years. The election of commissioners is staggered so that all seats are not contested at the same time. Ward 3 and Ward 4 will be contested in 2013, 2017, etc. Ward 1, Ward 2, and Ward 5 will be contested in 2011, 2015, etc.


The Mayor of Piqua is also known as the President of the Commission. They must be one of the five commissioners. The Mayor is appointed by a vote of the five commissioners. The mayor serves a two-year term.

For more detailed information about the election of Commissioners and the Mayor, please see the City of Piqua Charter.

City of Piqua Form of Government: Council-Manager

The City of Piqua runs on a Council-Manager form of government. Take a look at this short video from ICMA that explains what a Council-Manager form of government means and its benefits. Review the documents and videos linked in this section for more resources:

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