The Town of Campobello operates as a “Council” form of government. There is a Mayor and four Council Members who serve four-year staggered terms. The Mayor and Council are elected at large in non-partisan elections. The Mayor serves as the principal spokesperson and representative of the Town and is the presiding officer at Council meetings.
Town Council is the legislative body of the Town and adopts Town Ordinances and amends them as needed. Council also determines what Town taxes shall be levied and how funds are spent.
The meetings begin with a Work Session at 6:30p, followed by Council's Regular meeting at 7:00p, which are both held the first Monday of each month in the fire department training room, 50 Broad Street. All meetings are open to the public and citizens are encouraged to attend.
Anyone wishing to address Town Council should contact the Town Hall office to obtain and complete an 'Appearance Before Council' form. This request must be made seven (7) days prior to the meeting.