Mosier City Council

City Council Members are elected volunteers.  They live within City limits and are your neighbors.  They all have full-time jobs and families but they also spend a lot of time on City committees and projects because they love Mosier!

The Mosier City Council usually meets the first and third Wednesday evenings of the month.  If you want to receive email notices of the meeting schedules and agendas, just fill out a simple form.

Come join us and help us to represent the needs of all Mosier citizens. Contact City Hall (contact info on this page) about the election cycle. When there are vacancies on Council, you can apply for a nomination to a City Council seat as long as you are a registered voter and have been a resident of Mosier for at least 12 months prior to applying.  

For an application form, click HERE.

The volunteers below are the faces of your Mosier local government.


Witt Anderson and his wife Myrna moved to Mosier in 2016 after living in the Sherwood/Newberg area for nearly 30 years.  Witt retired from the US Army Corps of Engineers with 35 years of service involving the Federal Columbia River Power System.  He previously spent several years as a volunteer and Board member with Habitat for Humanity and currently is a volunteer with the Mosier Fire District.  

Witt continues part-time work as a consultant with Federal agencies and Tribes on Columbia River issues and aside from volunteer work, he and Myrna enjoy outdoor recreation activities in the Gorge.

BRENNA CAMPBELL: City Council President

ACASIA BERRY: City Councilor

Acasia Berry has worked in conservation for over 30 years and hopes her fundraising, community engagement, and fiscal management experience will benefit Mosier. Her work experience includes running an experiential learning river festival, riparian restoration, and arid land water catchment. She is amazed at all there is to explore and discover in the Gorge and is proud to call Mosier home.

CHARLES CANNON: City Councilor

Charles Cannon, LAc: Charlie was appointed to Mosier City Council in 2019. He has been a member of the Mosier Community for over 20 years and is a second-generation Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner, licensed Acupuncturist, and Board Certified Herbalist. In February 2016, Charlie became the only certified acupuncture sports medicine practitioner in the Gorge.

He holds a Master’s degree from Oregon College of Oriental Medicine and Bachelor of Nursing, Emergency Medicine, and Philosophy from theUniversity of Utah (2000-2004). As a sponsored telemark skier of 12 years and a celebrated competitor in big-mountain competitions, Charlie has a deep passion for skiing as well as snowboarding, windsurfing, kiteboarding, and George recreation.

VACANT: City Councilor

There is currently a vacant Council seat.

MONTE SPENCER: City Councilor

Monte is a consultant in government and public services, with a focus on strategy and analytics. During his career he has held positions in both private and public sectors.

RON WRIGHT: City Councilor

Ron and his wife Jodi recently moved to Mosier in 2018. They love the strong sense of community here, and the benefits of living in a small town. They also enjoy local activities, including windsurfing, skiing, cycling, kayaking and hiking. And now there are grandbabies to play with too!

Before retiring and moving to Mosier, Ron worked as a test engineer for Intel Corp in Beaverton. There he used his natural curiosity and troubleshooting skills to help debug the silicon manufacturing process, as well as design process test structures for device characterization. He hopes this ability to understand and evaluate complex systems will be of value when helping to move Mosier forward as the council tackles infrastructure and policy challenges in the coming years.

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PO Box 456
208 Washington St, Mosier, OR 97040
Phone: 877-319-8467 / 541-478-3505
Fax: 877-553-3601 / 541-478-3810
Public hours: M-Th, 10 am – 2 pm

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Here’s an update from Mayor Anderson: I just met with Incident Command. Firefighters are working on containment. No major structures have been lost. Mosier Fire

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If you’re wondering what area the Microwave Tower Fire has covered, here’s a current map.

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A new brush fire has started in the hills east of Mosier. Smoke is already streaming over us.