14549 Mayor

Find 14549 mayors. Mayor's offices provide information on government agencies, legislation, councils, managers, boards, elections, deputy mayors, and local, state and federal politics.


Honeoye Falls Mayor 5 East St Honeoye Falls NY 14472 27.8 miles from 14549 585-624-2588


East Aurora Mayor 571 Main Street East Aurora NY 14052 30.6 miles from 14549 716-652-6000

Brockport Mayor 49 State Street Brockport NY 14420 35.8 miles from 14549 585-637-1044

Lancaster Mayor 5423 Broadway Lancaster NY 14086 35.9 miles from 14549 716-684-4981

Avoca Village Mayor 3 Chase Street Avoca NY 14809 36.4 miles from 14549 607-566-8511

Rochester City Mayor 30 Church Street Rochester NY 14614 37.6 miles from 14549 585-428-7045

Rochester Deputy Mayor 30 Church Street Rochester NY 14614 37.6 miles from 14549 585-428-7163

Lackawanna Mayor 714 Ridge Road Buffalo NY 14218 41.9 miles from 14549 716-827-6464

Buffalo Mayor 65 Niagara Square Buffalo NY 14202 45.6 miles from 14549 716-851-4841

Kenmore Mayor 2919 Delaware Avenue Kenmore NY 14217 46.9 miles from 14549 716-873-5700

North Tonawanda Mayor 216 Payne Avenue North Tonawanda NY 14120 48.8 miles from 14549 716-695-8540

Salamanca Mayor 225 Wildwood Avenue Salamanca NY 14779 51.4 miles from 14549 716-945-3110

Angola Village Mayor 41 Commercial Street Angola NY 14006 51.6 miles from 14549 716-549-5130

Geneva Mayor 47 Castle Street Geneva NY 14456 53.7 miles from 14549 315-789-5212

What are the qualifications for becoming a Mayor?

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.

Does the Mayor determine what ordinances and other local laws are adopted?

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.

What is the term of office for a Mayor?

The Mayor's term of office is determined by local charter. In most municipalities, the Mayor serves a two-year or four-year term.