The Sandy Springs City Council is a non-partisan elected body. The Council sets policy for the operations of the City, including approval of the annual budget, passage or changes to City ordinances, and hears and acts on requests for rezoning. Council members serve a four-year term and the elections are held the same year as the Mayor’s election.
The Sandy Springs City Council is comprised of six council members, elected in a non-partisan election, representing each of the City’s six districts.
The Mayor and City Council meet at least twice a month, these meetings are open to the public.
The Charter is the “Constitution” for the City of Sandy Springs, serving as the basic set of rules for the City government.
The Sandy Springs City Code is comprised of the collection of laws that have been passed and is accessible on the MuniCode website.
Resolutions are non-binding, unenforceable, statements made by a municipalities legislative body.
The City of Sandy Springs’ Non-Profit Funding Program provides a consistent response to requests for financial and non-financial resources on behalf of non-profit organizations within the City.