The City Council serves as the legislative branch of our City government, enacting ordinances, resolutions, approving the budget, setting policies and taking other actions as necessary to guide the operations of City government.
The City of Superior reorganized under Wisconsin Statutes Chapter 62 providing for a Mayor/Council form of government, in April 1959, with the first meeting held April 21, 1959, under the new form of government. The City Council of the City of Superior is organized to have one alderperson elected from each of the ten Council districts. Compensation and expenses are established by the City Code Chapter 2. Councilors are elected every year, odd districts are elected in even numbered years, and even districts in odd numbered years, for two year terms.
The Council Operates under "Robert's Rules of Order" and meets in a Regular Session the first and third Tuesdays each month at 6:30 p.m., in the Government Center, 1316 N. 14th Street, 2nd floor, Board Room 201.