City Council is the legislative branch of the City.
The City Council is composed of seven members, one of whom is elected by the qualified electors of the City at large, and six who are known as Ward Council members. Each Council member is nominated and elected by the qualified voters of his/her respective ward and shall serve a term of four years.
City Council is the legislative branch of the city with the responsibility of adopting annual operating and capital budgets and enacting the Steubenville City codes.
Legislation considered by City Council takes one of two forms – a resolution or an ordinance. A resolution expresses the views of City Council on a particular topic, while an ordinance directs that a specific action be taken. Resolutions are adopted; ordinances are passed.
City Council meets at 7:30 p.m. every Tuesday.
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The Council Clerk is appointed by the City Council. Clerk Frankie Anderson has been in service since September 3, 2013, and she is a member of the Ohio Municipal Clerks Association.
The committees in the council are the Finance, Service, Safety and Health, Planning, Public Utilities, Building and Grounds, Parks and Recreation, Transportation, Economic Development and Pride Committees. Each committee has regular meetings.
Steubenville City Council
115 South Third St, Steubenville, OH 43952
Phone:(740) 283-6000 Ext. 2100