Vice Mayor Todd Neville, and Commissioner Nancy Sikes-Kline,
The St. Augustine City Commission is the elected governing body of the city. Of the five commissioners, four serve 4-year terms, and one serves a 2-year term as Mayor. Every two years, city elections are held for two of the 4-year seats and the 2-year Mayor's seat. The Mayor of St. Augustine is the official head of the city government and presides at all commission meetings and other official city functions.
The St. Augustine City Commission meets at 5:00pm on the second and fourth Mondays of each month in The Alcazar Room, City Hall, 75 King St. For a list of meeting dates and related meeting materials, click here.
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Mail: P.O. Box 210 (75 King Street)
St. Augustine, FL 32085-0210
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Mail: 82 South St., St. Augustine, FL 32084
Nancy Shaver, currently serves the people of St Augustine in her second term as Mayor. As Vice Chair of Resiliency Florida, she advocates for long-term planning and adaption strategies to address sea level rise. She received the 2017 Quality of Life Award from the Northeast Florida Regional Council for her work on sea level rise threats.
Nancy’s business experience is both national and global and includes leading a Fortune 500 marketing organization as well as leadership in three technology “start-ups”. A graduate of Wellesley College, she has served on boards of businesses and non-profits, and provided management guidance to small businesses on a pro-bono basis.
After moving to St. Augustine in 2009 she became an active citizen, using her business skills to help her fellow citizens be better informed on City decisions. Her work as a citizen activist to protect a city green space led her to her first run for political office, where a grass roots effort led to the defeat of a four term incumbent.
Nancy says that her best work has been her two children. Her son, Sean, whose work as an MD.PhD. has him leading global drug trials, lives in California with his family. Virginia is home to daughter Jenn, a marine biologist with NOAA, and her husband. And they all love to visit St. Augustine.
Mail: PO Box 1718, St. Augustine, FL 32085
Vice Mayor Neville is the Managing Partner of Neville Wainio CPAs. He has been a practicing CPA since graduating from Indiana University Bloomington in 1997. Todd is married to his wife, Heather (the Founder and Executive Director of Velo Fest Community Initiative), and they have one child, Tex.
Commissioner Neville is an active leader in the community through his service as a Trustee of Flagler Hospital. He has been a member of the St. Augustine Rotary Club since 2000 and served as President in 2008/2009. He is currently a member of the Community Leadership Council and the Accountability Group. Additionally, he was President of the St. Augustine Young Professionals and Ancient City Road Runners, respectively, and was the Treasurer of the Road Runners Club of America. Other past service includes being Vice Chair of St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce, a Board Member of the St. Johns County Visitors and Convention Bureau and an Advisory Committee Member of First Atlantic Bank.
He served as a mentor in St. Johns County’s Take Stock in Children program, founded the Ancient City Road Runners Summer Running Camp, and taught as a Pro Bono Adjunct Instructor of Accounting at Flagler College.
Commissioner Neville is also a dedicated and accomplished amateur athlete. He finished with a personal best time of 2:30:12 in the 2009 Chicago Marathon and finished as the ninth amateur in his debut Ironman, with a time of 9:24. He qualified for the Hawaii Ironman with this performance and competed there in October, 2012.
Mail: P. O. Box 210, St. Augustine, FL 32085
Commissioner Horvath is president and principal of Roxanne Horvath, AIA, Architect. She obtained both her Bachelor of Architecture and Masters of Architecture from the University of Florida and has gained wide experience in her field including new design and construction of commercial and residential projects and historic renovations. Her historic renovation experience includes a number of projects in St. Augustine including the Alcazar Hotel/City Hall, the Ponce de Leon Hotel/Flagler College’s art department, and Ancient City Baptist Church. Her commercial design experience includes the St. Johns County Growth Management Center, the St. Johns County Service Center, the Hilton St. Augustine Historic Bayfront Hotel and St. Johns County S.E. Library and adjacent Service Center Annex.
Prior to her election to the City Commission, Commissioner Horvath’s public service included terms as both member and chair of the city’s Planning and Zoning Board, Historical Architecture Review Board, Code Enforcement, and the Entry Corridor Board. Since being elected to the Commission, she served as chair of the city's visioning initiative, Visioning 2014 & Beyond, served as president of the NE Florida Regional Council (2016-2017), and currently is serving as president of the statewide organization, Florida Regional Council Association.
Her community involvement includes serving as board member of the St. Augustine Women’s Shelter, the St. Johns County Housing and Revitalization Agency, the St. Augustine Art Association, and as president of the St. Augustine Rotary Club. Vice Mayor Horvath is also an artist member of Butterfield Garage Art Gallery. Horvath previously served as Vice Mayor.
Mail: 255 West King Street, St. Augustine, FL 32084
A resident of St. Augustine since childhood, Ms. Freeman is married with two children. Commissioner Freeman holds a law degree and is an attorney in the firm of Freeman Law, LLC, St. Augustine. Her areas of interest are family law, business law and estate planning/probate. She is a former downtown business owner (St.George Street) and current owner of a laboratory supply company, Genesis Enterprises of Florida.
Commissioner Freeman was a member of the City of St. Augustine's Planning and Zoning Board for five years serving one year as chair and a term as the board’s representative on the Entry Corridor Architectural Review Board before that body’s duties were absorbed into the Historic Architectural Review Board.
Ms. Freeman's community service includes volunteer work for the St. Johns County Legal Aid and fundraising for Epic Behavioral Health Care. She previously served on the Florida Bar Adoption Committee and served as a Board Member of Good Samaritan Health Centers, Inc., Wildflower Clinic, Kids Bridge Family Visitation Center and Home Again St. Johns, where she served as President for 2013.
She currently serves as the City Commission’s representative with the St. Augustine Sister Cities Association.
Mail: 15 Mireula Ave., St. Augustine, FL 32080
Commissioner Sikes-Kline has served on the City's Historic Preservation Advisory Committee; Vice Chair of the Parking and Traffic Committee; and the Historic Architectural Review Board. She currently serves on the North Florida Transportation Planning Organization, the University of Florida, College of Design, Construction and Planning, Department of Historic Preservation, Board of Advocates and the Florida League of Cities Legislative Policy Committee on Transportation and Intergovernmental Relations.
She is a native Floridian and has lived in St. Augustine since 1984. She received her bachelor's degree in geography from the University of Florida.
Her community involvement includes past President of Junior Service League; founding board member and past Chairperson of the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Museum; the founding Chairperson of the Lighthouse Archaeological Maritime Program; past Chair of the St. Johns County Historic Resource Review Board (now the Cultural Resources Review Board); past member of the FDOT Bridge of Lions Community Awareness Team; and founding board member of the St. Augustine North Davis Shores Neighborhood Association.
She has received her Certificate of Completion from the Florida League of Cities and Scott Daily Advanced Institute for Elected Municipal Officials, Level III training program and completed training from the Metropolitan Planning Organization Advisory Council Training Institute. She is an urban land use planning consultant.
Commissioner Sikes-Kline received the Leadership Award for Public Service from the Enterprising Women’s Leadership Institute, Inc. in 2011, the Adalaide Sanchez Award for Historic Preservation in 2017 and the Florida League of Cities Hometown Hero award in 2018.