The City of Byron is governed by a mayor-council form of local government. Five members serve on the City Council. Members of the City Council are elected at-large and serve staggered four-year terms. The Mayor is selected via popular vote in an at-large election and serves a four-year term.
The Mayor and Council meet in regular session the second Monday of every month at 6 p.m. The Planning & Zoning Commission meets in regular session the fourth Thursday of every month at 5 p.m. All official regular meetings are in the Council Chamber at the Byron Municipal Complex, 401 Main Street, Byron, Georgia.
The City of Byron employs a full-time administrative staff under the supervision of the City Administrator and City Clerk. This office handles the day-to-day administration and financial management of the city. An annual budget is adopted each year. The City's fiscal year ends with the month of December.
The city code of ordinances and charter are the primary government documents and laws of the City of Byron. The Code of Ordinances is a compilation of laws adopted by the City Council. The City Charter defines powers given to the city government by the State of Georgia and how the City is structured and operated.
For any official documents, please contact Byron City Clerk Telina Allred at 478-956-3600.