North Wales Democrats

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Date Of Next Meeting

The Upper Gwynedd & The North Wales Democratic Committees will meet on: 

Wednesday October 2nd at 7pm 


North Wales Public Library

233 S. Swartley Street, North Wales, PA 19454

All registered democrats are welcome to join us.

Your Democratic Leaders at Work

Borough Council will meet next on the following Tuesdays at 7 PM at North Wales Borough Hall.

  • September 24th
  • October 8th
  • October 22nd

Agendas can be found at when made available. 


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Elected Officials

Borough Council

Council members are elected by Ward in the Borough and serve a four year term. To serve, Council member must have resided in the Borough for at least one year immediately preceding the election. Some of the Council functions include:

  • Make appropriations, adopt annual budget, incur debt
  • Adopt, amend the Building Codes, Zoning Codes and General Codes of the Borough
  • Appoint to various advisory boards
  • Levy taxes
  • Hold public hearings

Want to see your council members in action? Join them at Borough Hall (300 School Street) the 2nd & 4th Tuesday of every month at 7 PM  for a borough council meeting. Agendas can be found here.

Ward 1

Ward 2

Ward 3


Tax Collector


Office of the Mayor

The Mayor is elected at large, serves a four year term, and must meet the same residency requirements as a council member. The Mayor’s duties are to preserve order in the Borough, to enforce ordinances and regulations, to remove nuisances and to exact a faithful performance of the duties from appointed officials. The Mayor supervises the Police Department and has responsibilities in emergency management. The Mayor administers oaths, may vote to break a tie vote in council, may veto ordinances or resolutions, and may perform marriage ceremonies.