The City of Millersville is focused on creating a prosperous future while preserving our history.
The City operates under the City Manager - Commission form of government.
The five member City Commission is the City’s legislative body.
The five Commissioners, all elected at large, serve four year terms of office. The terms are staggered with elections for two or three commissioners every two years. Millersville city elections are held on the November General Election date.
The Mayor and Vice Mayor are elected from the commission membership during the first meeting following an election, thus forming the “Board of Commissioners”.
The City Commission enacts all ordinances and resolutions, adopts the budget, and sets policy. The Commission appoints the City Manager, the City Attorney and members of all Boards and Commissions.
The City Commission consists of five members who are elected and serve four year terms. The Mayor and Vice-Mayor are elected from among its members. The Mayor is the presiding officer.
Non-partisan elections are held every two years, alternating between two and three positions per election.
City Commission Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 P.M. in the Commission Chambers at city hall. City hall is located at 1246 Louisville Highway.
Special Called Meetings may be scheduled as needed. The date, time and agenda for special meetings are posted on the front door of City Hall. Citizens are encouraged to attend.
Millersville City Commissioners
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