Monte Landis played the heavy in five of his seven Monkees appearances.
Monkee stand-in David Pearl appears in a cameo as the cameraman who is coached by Davy Jones. Another stand-in, David Price, has a brief cameo in the "No Time" romp.
Footage from the "Pleasant Valley Sunday" musical number (presented in its entirety at the outset of "Monkee Mayor") can be seen in "The Picture Frame."
The studio where Mike delivers his speech to the public, WXIU-TV, is the same studio used for The Ho Ho The Clown Show in a January 12, 1967 episode of Bewitched.
"Monkee Mayor" originally ended with The Monkees putting up posters again after a derrick apears in their pad.
After "Monkee Mayor" wrapped production, The Monkees took a break in filming the series to record their fourth album, Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones, Ltd. and take to the road for a summer tour.
This is the first episode in which The Monkees drop out of "character" intentionally. They do it again in "Hitting The High Seas" and "The Monkees On The Wheel."
In The Monkees' second-season opening credits, tow snippets of Peter, which pop up in between segments of Davy accidentally receiving his credit and then being corrected, are from "Monkee Mayor."
After the "No Time" musical romp, micky says that the cleaning lady comes the second Thursday of every month with an "R" in it. But Ms. Weefers actually comes to clean the second Tuesday of every month with an "R" in it. Also, Micky says to Mayor Motley, "We'll be seeing you at the polls Thursday!" even though elections take place on Tuesdays, providing the second misuse of the calendar in this episode.
Throughout the better part of this episode's teaser sequence, Mike Nesmith is not wearing his wooly hat. But in the last shot, when all the dust and rubble falls in, he is wearing his hat.