City of Collegedale


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The City of Collegedale holds an election every two years. Our Board of Commissioners consists of five city-wide at large seats and they serve staggered four year terms; our Municipal Court Judge serves an eight-year term. The first meeting after an election, the Board of Commissioners elects a mayor and vice-mayor from among themselves who then serve a two-year term until the next election.

The Board of Commissioners set policy and establishes ordinances as the Legislative Branch of Government and appoints and supervises a city manager who serves as the chief administrative officer and heads the executive branch. The municipal judge serves as the head of the judicial branch.

For more information about local elections, please contact the Hamilton County Election Commission at (423) 493-5100.