The City Commissioners are elected to serve a four year term. Terms for the four Commissioners are staggered in that every year, one of the four Commissioner seats is up for election. Commissioners are term limited to two consecutive terms in office. The Mayor serves a four year term. The City Commission sets policy for the City, approves the annual budget, and enacts legislation to provide for the safety and welfare of the City. The elected governing board members of the City Commission also serve as Trustees of the Kingfisher Public Works Authority, Kingfisher Special Projects Authority, and Kingfisher Recreation Authority.
Mayor Geoff Covalt
Mayor Geoff Covalt was seated in office in August of 2023. He holds a BS in Civil Engineering from Texas Tech University. He is the Market Leader of Oklahoma Transportation for CEC engineering, and has extensive experience in civil and transportation engineering. Geoff and his wife Shana have a daughter, Reagan, and two sons, Cooper and Cade.
Commissioner Dawn Taylor
Commissioner Taylor was sworn into office in April of 2023.
Commissioner Debbie Burpo
Commissioner Burpo was sworn into office in April of 2023.
Commissioner Kyle Mecklenburg
Commissioner Mecklenburg was seated in office in July of 2020. He the Associate Director of Business Development with Aspira Labs; CEO of KMBT Properties; and a Reserve Deputy with the Kingfisher County Sheriff’s Department. Kyle holds a degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Oklahoma. Kyle was born and raised in Kingfisher. Kyle and his wife Melissa are proud parents of two active children, Braxton and Talor. Commissioner Mecklenburg has also serves on the Kingfisher County Criminal Justice Center Authority.
2023 Annual City Commission Meeting Dates
Dates for the City of Kingfisher, Kingfisher Public Works Authority (KPWA), Kingfisher Special Projects Authority, Kingfisher Recreation Authority meetings for the year 2023.
All meetings held at 5:30 p.m. at Kingfisher City Hall located at 301 N Main.
October 10 (Tuesday)