City Council

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic facing the residents of the City of Barberton, all Barberton City Council meetings will occur without the physical presence of members of the public.  

Members of the public wishing to engage in the public comment portion of the meeting may do so by submitting their comments, with your name and address to:  rfox@cityofbarberton.com.  If a verified name and address are timely received by 4:00pm on the date of the scheduled meeting, and consistent with Council Rules, these comments will be read aloud during the meeting.


Upcoming Meetings:

TUESDAY6:00 P.M.PARKS COMMITTEE MEETING - COUNCIL CHAMBERS
MAY 26thImmediately followed bySAFETY COMMITTEE MEETING 

Immediately followed bySTREETS COMMITTEE MEETING

Immediately followed byRULES COMMITTEE MEETING 

Immediately followed byHEALTH COMMITTEE MEETING

Immediately followed byPLANNING COMMITTEE MEETING

Immediately followed byUTILITIES COMMITTEE MEETING

Immediately followed byFINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING 

Immediately followed byREGULAR LEGISLATIVE MEETING

Immediately followed byCOMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING


Committee of the Whole Meetings:

1st and 3rd Mondays of the Month
7:30 p.m.
City Council Chambers

Regular Legislative Meetings:

2nd and 4th Mondays of the Month
7:30 p.m.
City Council Chambers

Overview

City Council consists of nine part-time members, six of whom are elected on a ward basis, two are elected at-large and one is elected as Council President. City Council persons are elected to four-year terms and are responsible for carrying out the legislative function of government.

The Clerk of Council is a full-time position and is responsible for carrying out the administrative functions of City Council. These administrative functions include keeping and maintaining an accurate record of the proceedings of Council and of its committees, retaining and preserving all laws and ordinances of the City, as well as, other duties that Council may require.

Ward Maps

The ward map shows approximate boundary locations, for precise boundaries please refer to Ordinance 7-2013.

Need to know which ward you are in? You can view the ward map and then search for your address to see in which ward it falls.