Find 13431 mayors. Mayor's offices provide information on government agencies, legislation, councils, managers, boards, elections, deputy mayors, and local, state and federal politics.
Utica Mayor 1 Kennedy Plaza Utica NY 13502 11.1 miles from 13431 315-792-0100
Frankfort Mayor 126 East Orchard Street Frankfort NY 13340 11.7 miles from 13431 315-895-7651
New York Mills Mayor 1 Maple Street New York Mills NY 13417 13.2 miles from 13431 315-736-7096
Little Falls City Mayor 659 East Main Street Little Falls NY 13365 15.8 miles from 13431 315-823-0001
Rome Mayor 198 North Washington Street Rome NY 13440 19.4 miles from 13431 315-339-7677
Vernon Village Mayor 8 Ruth Street Vernon NY 13476 25.2 miles from 13431 315-829-2229
Canastota Village Mayor 205 South Peterboro Street Canastota NY 13032 35.4 miles from 13431 315-697-3981
Johnstown Mayor 33 East Main Street Johnstown NY 12095 38.1 miles from 13431 518-762-3912
Fonda Mayor 8 East Main Street Fonda NY 12068 39.4 miles from 13431 518-853-4335
Chittenango Mayor 222 Genesee Street Chittenango NY 13037 41.6 miles from 13431 315-687-6369
Minoa Mayor 240 North Main Street Minoa NY 13116 47.6 miles from 13431 315-656-3100
Cobleskill Village Mayor 378 Mineral Springs Road Cobleskill NY 12043 47.9 miles from 13431 518-234-3891
Amsterdam Mayor 61 Church Street Amsterdam NY 12010 48.4 miles from 13431 518-841-4311
Oneonta Mayor 258 Main Street Oneonta NY 13820 52.1 miles from 13431 607-432-6450
Syracuse Mayor 506 East Washington Street Syracuse NY 13202 55.2 miles from 13431 315-474-1989
Aside from residency and age requirements, most local charters do not require any specific education or experience for the position of Mayor. Most Mayors have some prior experience as an elected or other government official, or have been involved in some form of public service. Mayors typically benefit from political and consensus building skills. In a Mayor-Council form of government, management and policy development experience are particularly advantageous.
The Mayor may initiate or propose ordinances and other local laws, but the adoption of these measures is a legislative responsibility. The city or town council, or other legislative body, has the authority to adopt local legislation. Depending on the form of government, the Mayor may or may not have a vote in the legislative body.
The Mayor's term of office is determined by local charter. In most municipalities, the Mayor serves a two-year or four-year term.