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Accident Town Council

104 N N St, Accident, MD, 21520

Phone: 301-746-6346

Balitmore City Council

300 W 29th St, Baltimore, MD, 21211

Phone: 443-984-2902

Balitmore Maryland City Council

100 Holliday St, Baltimore, MD, 21202

Phone: 410-396-4804

Bladensburg City Council

4229 Edmonston Rd, Bladensburg, MD, 20710

Phone: 301-927-7962

Boons City Council

6927 Monroe Rd, Boonsboro, MD, 21713

Phone: 301-432-3941

Boons Maryland City Council

21 N Main St, Boonsboro, MD, 21713

Phone: 301-432-5141
Fax: 301-432-4050

Catonsville Baltimore County Council

754 Frederick Rd, Catonsville, MD, 21228

Phone: 410-887-0896

Centreville Town Council

101 Lawyers Row, Centreville, MD, 21617

Phone: 410-758-1180
Fax: 410-758-4741

Dundalk Baltimore County Council

7701 Wise Ave, Dundalk, MD, 21222

Phone: 410-887-7174

Easton City Council

14 S Harrison St, Easton, MD, 21601

Phone: 410-822-2525
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Galena City Council

101 N Main St, Galena, MD, 21635

Phone: 410-648-5151
Fax: 410-648-6937

Hancock Town Council

126 W High St, Hancock, MD, 21750

Phone: 301-678-5622

Harford County Council

212 S Bond St, Bel Air, MD, 21014

Phone: 410-638-3343
Fax: 410-638-3024

Havre De Grace City Council

711 Pennington Ave, Havre De Grace, MD, 21078

Phone: 410-939-1800
Fax: 410-939-5920

Montgomery County Council

100 Maryland Ave, Rockville, MD, 20850

Phone: 240-777-3600

Nottingham Baltimore County Council

7856 Belair Rd, Nottingham, MD, 21236

Phone: 410-887-5223

Oakland City City Council

15 S 3rd St, Oakland, MD, 21550

Phone: 301-334-2691

Oakland City Council

525 E Oak St, Oakland, MD, 21550

Phone: 301-334-9222

Ocean City City Council

301 Baltimore Ave, Ocean City, MD, 21842

Phone: 410-289-8855

Pocomoke City City Council

101 Clarke Ave, Pocomoke, MD, 21851

Phone: 410-957-1333
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Prince Georges County Council

706 Iona Ter, Capitol Heights, MD, 20743

Phone: 301-350-8479

Prince Georges County Council

14741 Governor Oden Bowie Dr, Upper Marlboro, MD, 20772

Phone: 301-952-3600

Rock Hall City Council

5585 N Main St, Rock Hall, MD, 21661

Phone: 410-639-7611
Fax: 410-639-7298

Rockville City Council

111 Maryland Ave, Rockville, MD, 20850

Phone: 240-314-8290

Salisbury City Council

N Division St, Salisbury, MD, 21801

Phone: 410-548-3101

Tri County Council

100 Pearl St, Snow Hill, MD, 21863

Phone: 410-632-4700

Union Bridge & City Council

104 W Locust St, Union Bridge, MD, 21791

Phone: 410-775-2711
Fax: 410-775-1095
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About City Councils

The City Council is the legislative branch of the city government as well as its policy-making body. The council is made up of aldermen, or councilmembers who are elected by the district they represent. The Council has the authority to pass municipal ordinances and budgets, make appropriations, and even set local tax rates in many cases. 

The powers and duties of the Mayor and City Council are contained in state law and City ordinances, resolutions and regulations.  In carrying out their statutory duties, the City’s elected officials do the following:

Establish policies for the effective and efficient delivery of municipal services to the City. Appoint and remove if necessary, by majority vote, the City Manager. Establish goals, objectives and performance measures for the City Government and the City Manager. Create departments, divisions, bureaus, offices and advisory committees necessary for the operation of the City Exercise legislative oversight over the City Manager, professional staff, consultants, citizen advisory committees and all other employees, volunteers and officers appointed or retained by the City. Work with citizen advisory committees established by the City Council to formulate recommendations to the City Council on policies, projects and spending allocations.   Participate in community strategic and long-range planning. Adopt a General Plan that contains a land-use element; circulation element; open space, conservation and Recreation element; urban boundary element, noise element, public services and facilities element, safety element and housing element,   Adopt master plans for water, wastewater, storm drainage, parks and municipal facilities  Approve all zoning changes, subdivisions and commercial and industrial site plans. Approve all development agreements with residential, commercial and industrial developers. Adopt the annual City budget. Approve expenditures of City funds. Promote good relations with federal, state, county, and other municipal government agencies.  The Mayor and City Council will take an active role in working with appropriate officials on Inter-jurisdictional issues and regional problems affecting the residents of Livingston. Serve on regional and state-wide boards, committees, commissions and task forces to advance and protect the interests of the residents of Livingston.