20646 City Council

Find 20646 city councils. City councils provide information about mayors, council members, city halls, voter registration, and voting locations.

Alexandria Virginia City Council 301 King Street Alexandria VA 22314 19.6 miles from 20646 703-746-4550

Prince Georges County Council 14741 Governor Oden Bowie Drive Upper Marlboro MD 20772 24.4 miles from 20646 301-952-3600

Prince Georges County Council 706 Iona Terrace Capitol Heights MD 20743 25.2 miles from 20646 301-350-8479

Federal City Council 1156 15th Street Northwest Washington DC 20005 26.4 miles from 20646 202-223-4560

Fairfax City Council 10455 Armstrong Street Fairfax VA 22030 27.4 miles from 20646 703-385-7935

Bladensburg City Council 4229 Edmonston Road Bladensburg MD 20710 29.1 miles from 20646 301-927-7962

Fredericksburg City Council 715 Princess Anne Street Fredericksburg VA 22401 29.2 miles from 20646 540-372-1010

Rockville City Council 111 Maryland Avenue Rockville MD 20850 39.4 miles from 20646 240-314-8290

Montgomery County Council 100 Maryland Avenue Rockville MD 20850 39.4 miles from 20646 240-777-3600

Easton City Council 14 South Harrison Street Easton MD 21601 52.9 miles from 20646 410-822-2525

Catonsville Baltimore County Council 754 Frederick Road Catonsville MD 21228 53.6 miles from 20646 410-887-0896

About City Councils

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.