The K’ómoks Legislature has the vested power to create, review, and pass laws. It consists of anywhere from seven to 11 representatives elected by the K’ómoks membership, every three years. Its primary role is to make laws and approve the annual budget.
The K’ómoks Executive is made up of an elected Chief Councillor and additional members, who come from the elected representatives of the Legislature. The primary role of the Executive is approving policy and the overall political direction of K’ómoks. They perform day-to-day political functions, such as government relations, maintaining effective communications with members, protecting the K’ómoks First Nation economy, and ensuring the sound management of the Nation.