The Town of Middleburg operates under the Council-Manager form of government. The eight-member Town Council includes seven Council Members and a Mayor, who votes only in the case of a tie. All are elected at-large, with Council Members serving four-year terms and the Mayor serving a two-year term. The Town Council represents the citizens of Middleburg in the governing process and acts on their behalf with regard to regional and local issues, as well as State and Federal matters. The Town Council appoints the:
The Town Council is the legislative authority and sets the policies under which the Town operates. Duties of the Town Council include enacting legislation, approving programs, adopting the Annual Operating and Capital Budgets, and appropriating funds for specific services to the Town's residents, businesses and visitors. The Town Council provides leadership through policy development on current practices and issues impacting the Town's future over time.
Work sessions and special meetings are held as needed.
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.