government of Hueytown operates under a Mayor/Council form
of government and has done so since its incorporation as
a municipality in 1960.
The Mayor, an elected official, serves a
four-year term of office which begins on October 1st after
the election which is held in August. The
Mayor is the executive branch of the City and serves as the
full-time chief administrative officer and is responsible
for carrying out and enforcing the city's policies and ordinances.
Hueytown consists of five districts which
are each represented by one elected member comprising the
City Council. The City Council is responsible for policy-making,
local resolutions and ordinances, adopting an annual budget,
and appointing members to local boards and committees.
City Council Meetings, at the Hueytown City
Hall, are open to the public and are held the second and
fourth Tuesday every month. pre-council sessions begin at
6:00pm and council meetings at 6:30pm.