Schenectady County Government is comprised of an elected legislative body composed of 15 representatives elected to four-year terms from four distinct districts.
|District 1||City of Schenectady||3 Elected Officials|
|District 2||City of Schenectady||3 Elected Officials|
|District 3||Town of Glenville, Town of Niskayuna, Village of Scotia||5 Elected Officials|
|District 4||Town of Duanesburg, Town of Princetown, Town of Rotterdam, Village of Delanson||4 Elected Officials|
The County Legislature determines all policy for the County and adopts and enacts resolutions and local laws necessary for the operation of County Government.
The County Legislature holds a bi-annual organizational meeting where they elect a Chair and Vice-Chair from their membership. The Chair of the Legislature is the chief elected official for the County.
|Committee Meeting||May 2, 2022 at 7:00pm|
May 10, 2022 at 7:00pm
Attend a Meeting In-Person
Members of the public who attend the meeting should enter the County Office Building through the State Street entrance.
- Special Meeting - April 25, 2022
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to Subdivision three of section 2.03 of Article II of the Administrative Code of the County of Schenectady there is hereby called a Special Meeting of the County Legislature by the Clerk thereof, at the direction of Chair Anthony Jasenski, Sr., to wit:
THERE SHALL BE a Special Meeting of the Schenectady County Legislature on Monday, April 25, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. by the call of Chair Anthony Jasenski, Sr. in the Legislative Chambers, Schenectady County Office Building, 620 State Street, Schenectady, NY for the consideration of a resolution electing a cents per gallon rate of sales and compensating use taxes on motor fuel and diesel motor fuel, in lieu of the percentage rate of such taxes pursuant to the authority of Article 29 of the Tax Law of the State Of New York.
- Upcoming Legislative Committee Meeting
May 2, 2022 at 7pm
- Upcoming Legislative Regular Meeting
May 10, 2022 at 7pm