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Get to know the Innsbruck City Council and municipal politics.
The municipal council is the highest decision-making body in the city of Innsbruck. As a rule, it is directly elected by the citizens every six years.
The City Senate takes the preparatory decisions for the municipal council.
The mayor heads the Innsbruck city administration and is the chairman of the municipal council and city senate.
The Mayor's Office assists the Mayor in all his matters.
The Magistrate is the head of the City Magistrate's Office.
The Magistrate's Office assists the Magistrate in all of her duties.
The City Magistrate is the municipal office of the City of Innsbruck and also carries out the duties as district administrative authority.
Here you can find the listing of all offices and departments of the Innsbruck City Council.
Participate in sustainable urban development!
Innsbruck has seven twin cities, is actively involved at the European level and awards the Emperor Maximilian Prize every two years together with the province of Tyrol.
The city of Innsbruck handles the European election, federal presidential election, national council election, state parliament election and municipal council election.
Statements of support can be submitted both digitally and in person at the office.
The Control Department audits the use of public funds and the management of the Provincial Capital of Innsbruck free of instructions.
Report grievances and violations of the law in the provincial capital of Innsbruck anonymously and securely.
Here you will find the mission statement, guiding goal, values and compliance guideline of the City of Innsbruck and links for anonymous references.
The municipal council awards honors to persons who have rendered outstanding services to the city.