The Mayor and six Council Members create, pass, and amend local laws, as well as approve Glassboro's budget every year.
The Borough Council serves as a link between the citizens of Glassboro and their municipal government. Council Members help constituents by connecting them to resources, services, and Borough departments. They serve as advocates for all Glassboro citizens.
The Borough Council is the legislative body of the Borough of Glassboro. Council Members are elected every three years by the citizens of Glassboro. The council is made up of six Council Members that represent the entire Borough.
Council Members establish and put in place public policy to meet the continuous and changing needs of Glassboro. They create these policies by initiating legal documents, such as ordinances and laws. Every year, they also review and approve the Borough’s operating and capital budget. They track Borough services throughout the year to guarantee their efficiency and reasonable cost.
Through their work, Borough Council Members make sure that Glassboro continues to be a great place to live, work and play, and continues to grow as a New Jersey destination.