Find Tallassee Alabama mayors. Mayor's offices provide information on government agencies, legislation, councils, managers, boards, elections, deputy mayors, and local, state and federal politics.
Tuskegee Mayor 101 Fonville Street Tuskegee AL 36083 13.8 miles from Tallassee 334-720-0500
Wetumpka Mayor 408 South Main Street Wetumpka AL 36092 18.3 miles from Tallassee 334-567-1314
Auburn Mayor 144 Tichenor Avenue Auburn AL 36830 24.5 miles from Tallassee 334-501-7260
Montgomery Mayor 103 North Perry Street Montgomery AL 36104 26.5 miles from Tallassee 334-625-2000
Alexander City Mayor 4 Court Square Alexander AL 35010 28.7 miles from Tallassee 256-329-6730
Opelika Mayor 204 South 7th Street Opelika AL 36801 31.0 miles from Tallassee 334-705-5150
Prattville Mayor 101 West Main Street Prattville AL 36067 34.2 miles from Tallassee 334-361-3609
Goodwater Mayor 55 South Main Street Goodwater AL 35072 37.3 miles from Tallassee 256-839-5663
Valley City Mayor 20 Fob James Dr Valley AL 36854 46.2 miles from Tallassee 334-756-3131
Clanton Mayor 505 2nd Avenue North Clanton AL 35045 47.9 miles from Tallassee 205-755-4051
Sylacauga City Mayor 301 North Broadway Avenue Sylacauga AL 35150 48.9 miles from Tallassee 256-401-2424
Troy City Mayor 306 East Academy Street Troy AL 36081 50.2 miles from Tallassee 334-566-2130
Phenix City Mayor 601 12th Street Phenix AL 36867 52.1 miles from Tallassee 334-448-2704
Roanoke Mayor 809 Main Street Roanoke AL 36274 52.4 miles from Tallassee 334-863-4129
Columbus Mayor 100 10th St Columbus GA 31901 52.7 miles from Tallassee 706-653-4712
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.