Since January 6, 1958, the City of Hudson has operated under the Mayor-Council-Manager form of government. This form of government combines the political leadership of elected officials with the managerial experience of an appointed administrator. The Mayor
and City Council
comprise the representative branch and are elected by the voters. The City’s chief executive and administrative officer is the City Manager, who is appointed by the council to serve at its pleasure.
The mission of the City Manager is to:
- Ensure the implementation of City policies and programs consistent with the City’s mission statement and policies
- Provide professional management and leadership for all activities of the City
- Serve as a liaison with outside agencies
- Support the City Council and carry out council policies