City Government

Warsaw’s City Government consists of a mayor and six aldermen. The city is divided into three wards, with two aldermen from each ward. Elections are held each year, with one alderman position from each ward being re-elected. The position of mayor is open for re-election every two years.

City council meetings are held the first and third Mondays of the month at 6pm in the Council Chambers room at the Community Building.  All are welcome to attend.

To assist the Board of Aldermen and mayor, there are seven Boards and Commissions.

Click here to view the Boards and Commissions.

2020 Census Information

Join the 2020 Census team and be a Census Taker. The U.S. Census Bureau is hiring now for

temporary 2020 Census Jobs. The pay is great, and you’ll be paid weekly. Plus, the hours are

flexible and even training is paid. Apply online at

Census Takers’ work schedules are flexible. Some temporary positions require work during the day, while others require evening and weekend work.