Frequently Asked Questions

Who are the current Reynoldsburg City Council members?

A listing of current members can be found under "Meet the Council”.

How long is the term of office?

Each council member serves a 4 year term.

When does Council meet, and are the meetings open to the public?

All meetings of Council are open to the public. Council meets in regular and committee sessions on the second and fourth Mondays of the month. If a Monday is a nationally recognized holiday, a meeting is held on the immediately succeeding Tuesday. Council recesses during the month of August. Unless otherwise noted, meetings begin at 6:30 p.m. 

Who is my Council person?

Please call the Council office (614-322-6805) for that determination to be made for you. While the three At Large members represent all residents, there are also four Ward members, and your Ward will need to be determined.  You can also take a look at our Ward Map to determine who your Ward representative to Council is.  

How do I run for Council?

You can contact the Board of Elections for the county in which you reside (Reynoldsburg is in three counties: Franklin, Licking, Fairfield) in order to obtain the proper documentation for filing for elected office.

Where can I find the Reynoldsburg City Code?

The Reynoldsburg City Code/Codified Ordinances is codified for the City by American Legal Publishing and is located online here:

Voter and Ward Information - Franklin County ONLY

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