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Mayor's Office
Roles & Responsibilities
Joseph M. Thallemer

Staci Young
Assistant to the Mayor

102 S. Buffalo St.
Warsaw, IN  46580

Ph: (574) 372-9595
Fx: (574) 372-9596

Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Mayor is the chief executive officer of the city and is responsible for all operations of the city departments. The mayor appoints heads of the executive departments and many board and commission members and presides over the Common Council and Board of Public Works and Safety meetings. 

The Mayor is responsible for enforcing the ordinances of the city and the statutes of the state; ensuring efficient government of the city; filling vacancies in city offices when required; signing all bonds, deeds, and contracts of the city; and approving or vetoing ordinances, orders, and resolutions of the Common Council.

Term of Office
The Mayor's term of office is four years with no restrictions on the number of terms served. A candidate for Mayor must reside within the city and must have been a resident of Warsaw for at least one year.

Joseph M. Thallemer is the 23rd mayor since Warsaw became a city in 1875. Learn who the prior 22 mayors were and more about the history of Warsaw.

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