Winston-Salem City Council
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Ward map showing street detail [pdf/7.8mb]
The governing body for the City of Winston-Salem is an eight-member City Council. Voters go to the polls every four years in November to elect a Mayor and Council. The Mayor is elected at large and council members are elected by citizens in each of eight wards within the city.
The City Council is responsible for adopting and providing for all ordinances, rules and regulations as necessary for the general welfare of the city. It approves the city budget and sets property taxes and user fees. The Council appoints the City Manager and City Attorney and approves appointments to city boards and commissions.
City Council Meetings are on the
first and third Mondays of each month (except when holiday)
7:00 p.m. in City Hall, Room 230, at 7:00 p.m.
Council meetings are open to the public and can be viewed online live.
Online meetings, agendas, and minutes.
Meetings are also broadcast live and repeated on WSTV 13, the city’s television station on TimeWarner Cable, channel 13.
WSTV 13 schedule
Agendas and Minutes are posted in the Public Meetings section of this web site.
Map to City Hall and the Stuart Building