Everything You Need to Know About Florence City Government
Your City Council is charged with setting policy for the City of Florence. As elected representatives of the city, members of the council oversee the city’s administrative affairs, approve legislation and the annual budget, regulate land use, and make appointments to our boards and commissions.
Dr. Julie Metzger Aubuchon, Mayor
The Florence City Council consists of the Mayor and six City Council members who serve our community. Our Mayor is elected every four years and council members are elected at-large every two years. We invite you to learn more about City Council meetings and how to attend.
Council Meeting Agendas & Minutes
Regular meetings of Florence City Council occur on the first and third Tuesdays (caucus meetings) and the second and fourth Tuesdays (business meetings) of each month. Regular meetings begin at 6:00 p.m. at the Florence Government Center, Council Chamber, 8100 Ewing Boulevard, Florence, Kentucky 41042. Special meetings may be called as needed and will be announced as prescribed by law. Meeting minutes for business and special meetings are posted once the minutes are approved by Florence City Council.
Florence is a safe and vibrant community, which is reflected in the ordinances that shape our community. As part of our commitment to open government, our Code of Ordinances is conveniently available online.
Boards and Commissions
Get involved! Citizen participation is vital to enhancing the quality of life and economic vitality of our community. Learn how to become a member of one of the many boards and commissions that help guide the future of our city.
As public servants, we value integrity and accountability. That’s why we embrace transparency at every level of city government. If you have questions about how your city operates, please let us know. We will do our best to serve you.