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City Council

As established by the City Charter, the City Council of Johns Creek is composed of the Mayor and six (6) Council members vested with the legislative authority of the city’s municipal government.

The City Council carries out its duties in accordance with the City Code and the laws of the state of Georgia.

As the legislative branch, the City Council is primarily responsible for making laws, which govern the City of Johns Creek and proposes, debates, and votes on legislation governing and/or affecting the city. The City Council also regulates revenues and expenditures, incurs debt and approves the final operating and capital budgets for the city.

Each Council member serves a term of 4 years. By law, a Council member must be: 21 years of age; a resident of the City for 12 months immediately preceding his or her election; continue to reside within the city during their time of service on Council; registered and qualified to vote in municipal elections of Johns Creek.

In November 2025, the following posts will be up for re-election: Post 1, Post 3, Post 5 and the Mayoral post.

Mayor John Bradberry

John Bradberry

Johns Creek Mayor John Bradberry was sworn into office in January 2022.

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City Council

Council members are elected to Posts 1-6, which are not geographically designated as districts traditionally are. Therefore, each Johns Creek Council member represents the city at-large.

View Agendas & Watch Meetings Online

Johns Creek City Council meetings are livestreamed and available to view on the City website.

Attendees at a City Council Meeting
City Council

View Work Sessions & Meetings

City Council meetings are held on Monday evenings at 7 p.m. Check the meeting schedule for dates.

Agendas & Meetings

Strategic Priorities

In 2024, City Council agreed to focus on five strategic priorities: Arts & Culture, Economic Development, Public Safety, Recreation & Parks, and Transportation/Connectivity.

Art & Culture

From community partnerships to public art, City Council is focusing on a strategic plan for arts, culture, supporting performing arts, and creating an arts district.

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Economic Development

City Council is interested in seeking appropriate redevelopment and encouraging adaptive reuse, as well as the continued focus on retention and expansion of existing businesses.

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Public Safety

In addition to continued investment in staff, equipment, and vehicles, City Council is focused on innovative technologies and expansions of existing technologies used.

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Recreation & Parks

City Council continues investments in existing programs, and is exploring additional projects such as trails, an indoor recreation facility, and healthy living initiatives.

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Transportation / Connectivity

City Council continues to invest in transportation projects such as trails, pedestrian and cycling connections, multi-modal transportation, as well as innovative technologies for traffic calming and traffic control.

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