Cutter, who beat two challengers last month, takes over for Stephen Cassidy. However, Cutter and new Councilmembers Deborah Cox, Lee Thomas and Corina Lopez, will not officially take office until New Year's Day.
In her brief comments, Cutter urged members of the community to "come back and share their ideas" for improving the city many consider an up-and-coming tech hub. "We're all in this together," she added. At the conclusion of Cutter's remarks, one of her mayoral opponents, Dan Dillman, in fact, gave her a standing ovation.
Thomas, who replaces termed out Councilmember Diana Souza in District 3, thanked his wife and added, "Let's make great things happen."
Meanwhile, Lopez, who won the District 5 seat left open by Cutter's run for mayor, told supporters she loved them and offered, "We are going to accomplish a lot of great things."