The Office of the Mayor
Mayor Robert Reichert became the 41st Mayor of Macon on December 12, 2007. He began his second term on December 13, 2011. For more than two decades Mayor Reichert has dedicated himself to public service for his community. The Mayor's Vision for Macon is:
"A more cohesive community that attracts opportunities, enhances the quality of life, promotes pride, and inspires hope."
The Mayor serves as the Chief Executive Officer for the City of Macon, with all executive powers and supervision of administrative affairs of the city. The Mayor also must faithfully execute and enforce all ordinances, resolutions, and regulations of the city and of the state. The Mayor's Office consists of a professional staff that assists the Mayor in these duties and others defined by the city charter.
For the Mayor's proposal for how the City of Macon can reinvigorate 2nd Street in Downtown Macon see the pdf below. In November 2011, the voters of Macon and Bibb County approved a one-cent Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax that would provide funding to begin the planning and construction of a viable Downtown Corridor.
If you have any questions or comments please feel free to contact the Mayor's Office at 478-751-7170.
If you have a question or problem with city services please contact Customer Service at 478-751-7400 or [email protected] for further assistance.