About Our Government
A Mayor/Council form of government replaced the Green Township Trustees on January 1, 1991, when all of what was formerly Green Township became the Village of Green, which was then subsequently declared the City of Green effective April 5, 1992.
Agendas & Minutes
Access easily searchable meeting agendas and minutes for various boards, commissions, and committees.
Boards & Commissions
Peruse information about the boards and commissions that drive your local government. Find agendas, member information, and other meeting details.
The City of Green is governed by a City Charter. Per the Charter, the City Charter is reviewed every seven years by a Charter Review Commission.
Green City Council is comprised of seven members.
Locate information regarding the departments dedicated to keeping the community moving.
Gerard Neugebauer began his four-year term as the sixth mayor of Green on January 1, 2016.
South Summit Council of Governments
A government entity created by the cities of New Franklin and Green to reduce improve service delivery.
Student Municipal Representatives
The Student Municipal Representative program appoints students in grades 10 through 12 to nonvoting positions on several of the City's boards and commissions.