Board of Trustees

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The Mayor and Village Board of Trustees are the Village of Scarsdale's governing body, elected by residents to serve the community in that capacity on a volunteer basis. Trustees are elected "at-large" and serve two-year terms. The Mayor is directly elected by Scarsdale residents, as well, also serving a two-year term. One Village Trustee is appointed by the Mayor as Deputy Mayor, to serve in that capacity for a period coinciding with the Mayor's term.

The Mayor presides over meetings of the Village Board. Together, the Mayor and Village Board of Trustees are the legislative body and the community's policy makers. They perform such duties as reviewing and approving the annual budget, reviewing and adopting local laws and regulations, authorizing significant projects and associated contracts, and much more. Residents and other members of the community are strongly encouraged to participate in community meetings to help shape the many important decisions made by the Village Board. Individual Members may also be contacted by email simply by clicking the name of the person you wish to correspond with.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available the Friday before the meeting. Minutes are available following approval. Video of the Board meetings are available with the agendas.
Most Recent Agendas, Minutes and Videos


One may also review a listing of all Village Board Members from 1915 to present.