Agendas & Minutes
Access easily searchable meeting agendas and minutes for various boards, commissions, and committees.
Boards & Commissions
Discover the boards and commissions that drive your local government. Find agendas, member information, and other meeting details.
The City Council is the Legislative Branch of government and is composed of 7 elected members serving two-year terms. The Council President represents the city as a whole. The remaining members are elected by the residents of each of the six council districts within the City of Troy.
Local Laws, Plans & Charter
Peruse the Local Laws, Plans, and Charter of the City of Troy.
Patrick Madden was re-elected as Mayor of the City of Troy on November 5, 2019, running on a campaign dedicated to upgrading the City's infrastructure, investing in Troy neighborhoods, increasing economic growth, and delivering balanced budgets to protect taxpayers.
Municipal Assistance Corporation
The Municipal Assistance Corporation for the City of Troy (Corporation) is a corporate governmental agency and instrumentality of the State of New York, constituting a public benefit corporation. The Corporation was created on July 19, 1995, under Titles I, II and IV of Article 10 of the Public Authorities Law of the State, for purposes of providing financing assistance and fiscal oversight for the City of Troy, New York (City). To carry out such purposes, the Corporation was authorized to sell bonds and notes to provide funds for various purposes, including the repayment of certain of the City's obligations.