In Ann Arbor, the mayor is primarily a council person with veto power who is elected at-large.  They do not have any special executive powers--city employees instead report to the City Administrator, who can only be appointed or removed by a vote of the City Council.

The current mayor of Ann Arbor is Christopher Taylor

Past mayors

The City of Ann Arbor's past Mayors include:

In March, 1895, the term of Office of Mayor and President of Council was extended to two years.

Village Presidents

Ann Arbor was incorporated as a city on April 4, 1851. Previous to this the title was village president.


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