"The meeting unanimously adopted a decision over handing the town to the possession of the Defense Ministry," said Skrunda mayor Loreta Robežniece.
The devolution of the town is yet to be accepted by the Cabinet of Ministers.
Skrunda formerly held a 19-story radar building and was home to Russian military units, the last of which left in 1998 and took much of the city with them.
The municipality bought Skrunda a year and a half ago and went on an ultimately failed lookout for investors. Military exercises now routinely take place at the town.