21727 City Council

Find 21727 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.

Union Bridge & City Council 104 West Locust Street Union Bridge MD 21791 11.5 miles from 21727 410-775-2711

Boons Maryland City Council 21 North Main Street Boonsboro MD 21713 21.3 miles from 21727 301-432-5141

Boons City Council 6927 Monroe Road Boonsboro MD 21713 22.0 miles from 21727 301-432-3941

Jefferson County Council 103 West 5th Avenue Ranson WV 25438 39.3 miles from 21727 304-725-4044

Catonsville Baltimore County Council 754 Frederick Road Catonsville MD 21228 42.9 miles from 21727 410-887-0896

Montgomery County Council 100 Maryland Avenue Rockville MD 20850 43.0 miles from 21727 240-777-3600

Rockville City Council 111 Maryland Avenue Rockville MD 20850 43.0 miles from 21727 240-314-8290

Hancock Town Council 126 West High Street Hancock MD 21750 45.4 miles from 21727 301-678-5622

Balitmore City Council 300 West 29th Street Baltimore MD 21211 45.4 miles from 21727 443-984-2902

Highspire Borough City Council 640 Eshelman Street Highspire PA 17034 46.2 miles from 21727 717-939-3303

Balitmore Maryland City Council 100 Holliday Street Baltimore MD 21202 47.2 miles from 21727 410-396-4804

Nottingham Baltimore County Council 7856 Belair Road Nottingham MD 21236 48.7 miles from 21727 410-887-5223

Dundalk Baltimore County Council 7701 Wise Avenue Dundalk MD 21222 52.8 miles from 21727 410-887-7174

Harford County Council 212 South Bond Street Bel Air MD 21014 53.3 miles from 21727 410-638-3343

Bladensburg City Council 4229 Edmonston Road Bladensburg MD 20710 55.7 miles from 21727 301-927-7962

What is an ordinance?

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.

What are the requirements for being a candidate for City Council?

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.

What is the difference between a City Council and a Town 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.