Troy City Council
The City Council is the Legislative Branch of government and is composed of 7 elected members serving two-year terms. The Council President represents the city as a whole. The remaining members are elected by the residents of each of the six council districts within the City of Troy.
The City Council works with the Executive Branch to enact laws and pass other legislation that serves as a framework for the ongoing operation of city business. The work of the City Council is conducted through Council meetings. Citizen input is vital to this process and Council Members strive to be responsive to their constituents while acting in the best interests of the city as a whole. City Council Members are entrusted with the privilege and challenge of helping to improve the City of Troy for the betterment of all its residents.
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- 2022 City Council Neighborhood Improvement Program Application
- 2nd Avenue Apartments (Tax parcel #70.64-1-1) Proposal and Status
- 2022 Legislative Address
IRC’s Final Report
- FYI-Independent Redistricting Commission Meeting: March 22 Agenda
Which Council District am I in?
You can look up your district on this map.
How do I contact the City Council?
Email: [email protected]
Send a letter: 433 River Street, Troy, NY 12180
Your message will be forwarded to the entire Council.
Or come to a Council meeting (schedule) to speak with them in person.
How do I contact individual Council members?
Refer to the Members page for individual phone numbers and email addresses.
Regular City Council meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month at 7:00pm in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 433 River Street. Committee meetings are scheduled on a regular basis. Agendas and minutes for meetings are posted here. All meetings are open to the public. Committee meetings begins with a public forum where residents of Troy can comment on any item on the agenda. At monthly Regular meetings, Troy residents can discuss any issue related to the City of Troy.
We are currently live-streaming Council meetings on the Troy City Council YouTube page.