Find 18244 city councils. City councils provide information about mayors, council members, and city halls, voter registration and how to register to vote in an election, and where to vote.
Slatington Borough City Council 125 South Walnut Street Slatington PA 18080 6.0 miles from 18244 610-767-1903
Lansford Borough City Council 1 West Ridge Street Lansford PA 18232 11.2 miles from 18244 570-645-9220
North Catasauqua City Council 1066 4th Street Catasauqua PA 18032 15.2 miles from 18244 610-264-1504
Wind Gap Borough City Council 545 East West Street Wind Gap PA 18091 20.3 miles from 18244 610-863-7299
Bethlehem City Council 10 East Church Street Bethlehem PA 18018 20.8 miles from 18244 610-865-7130
New Philadelphia City Council 15 Macomb Street New Philadelphia PA 17959 24.4 miles from 18244 570-277-6079
North Hampton County Council 669 Washington Street Easton PA 18042 25.5 miles from 18244 610-559-3195
East Bangor Borough City Council 17 West Central Avenue Bangor PA 18013 25.7 miles from 18244 610-588-5962
Easton Pennsylvania City Council 1 South 3rd Street Easton PA 18042 25.8 miles from 18244 610-250-6731
East Greenville City Council 206 Main Street East Greenville PA 18041 30.2 miles from 18244 215-679-5194
Kingston City Council 500 Wyoming Avenue Kingston PA 18704 32.9 miles from 18244 570-288-4576
Scranton City Council 340 North Washington Avenue Scranton PA 18503 40.6 miles from 18244 570-348-4113
Kulpmont City Council 860 Spruce Street Kulpmont PA 17834 42.0 miles from 18244 570-373-1521
Jessup Borough City Council 107 Brennan Street Jessup PA 18434 45.6 miles from 18244 570-489-5042
Stockton Borough City Council 2 South Main Street Stockton NJ 08559 46.4 miles from 18244 609-397-0070
Hawley City Council 94 Main Avenue Hawley PA 18428 52.0 miles from 18244 570-226-9545
An ordinance is a legislative action taken by the City Council that enacts or changes a local law, policy, or procedure. The complete body of city ordinances is known as the Code of Ordinances.
Each city has its own eligibility requirements. Generally, an individual must be an adult, eligible to vote, and a resident of the city. Some cities require residency of a minimum period of time. Some prohibit individuals convicted of a felony or misappropriation of public funds from running for City Council.
A City Council and a Town Council are both legislative bodies for local government. Some states make no distinction between a city and town, and confer the same powers and duties to their legislative bodies. Other states make a distinction between different classes of local government. In those states, a City Council may have more extensive powers and duties than a Town Council.