The City of Albertville has a Mayor-Council form of government with a Mayor and Council Members that are elected at large every four years. At-large members are elected to serve the same constituency, which is the population of the city as a whole. In this form of government:
The City Council is the governing body of the City and:
Determines all municipal policies such as the City Budget
Adopts ordinances and resolutions
Establishes long and short-term objectives and priorities
Communicates policies and programs to residents
Responds to constituent needs and complaints
Represents the community to other levels of government
The Mayor is directly elected by citizens and serves as the chief executive officer, centralizing executive power. The Mayor directs the administrative structure, appointing and removing department heads. The Mayor oversees daily operations of the City.
The City Council is an elected body of legislators who govern the municipality. The Albertville City Council consists of five members and each member is elected by the citizens of Albertville. As local legislators, council members are responsible for and responsive to the citizens who elected them.
To be eligible to be elected and to retain a Council position, a person must be a registered voter of Albertville. The City Council members are elected for 4-year terms.
Congratulations to our current Mayor & City Councilmen and women for collectively running unopposed for the upcoming administration, effectively taking office November, 2020!
Contact a Council Member
City Council members can be contacted in writing, via email or by phone. Access the Staff Directory to find more contact information.