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Mayor

Serves as the Chief Executive. The mayor has the power to appoint and remove the commissioners of more than 40 city agencies including the police, fire, education, sanitation, health and more. The mayor also has full control over the city’s public schools.

Eric L. Adams

Curtis A. Sliwa

William A. Pepitone

Catherine Rojas

Stacey H. Prussman

Fernando Mateo

Raja Michael Flores

Skiboky Stora

Quanda S. Francis

Manhattan DA

The office is responsible for the prosecution of violations of New York state laws (federal law violations in Manhattan are prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York).

Alvin L. Bragg Jr.

Thomas Kenniff

Public Advocate

The public advocate is a non-voting member of the New York City Council with the right to introduce and co-sponsor legislation.

Anthony L. Herbert

Dr. Devi Elizabeth Nampiaparampil

Jumaane D. Williams

Devin W. Balkind

Comptroller

The Comptroller is responsible for auditing the performance and finances of city agencies, making recommendations regarding proposed contracts, issuing reports on the state of the city economy, marketing and selling municipal bonds, and managing city debt.

Daby Benjamine Carreras

Brad Lander

Paul A. Rodriguez

John A. Tabacco Jr.

Borough President

Each Borough President advises the mayor on issues relating to their respective borough. They propose legislation, zoning changes, city-wide budget recommendations, and influence direction for land-use. Borough presidents also appoint members to the New York City Planning Commission, and members to other local boards including community boards.

Mark D. Levine

Louis Puliafito

Michael Lewyn

Vanessa L. Gibson

Janelle King

Sammy Ravelo

Donovan J. Richards Jr

Thomas J. Zmich

Mark S. Murphy

Vito Fossella

Leticia M. Remauro

City Council

Council Members Introduce and vote on legislation (proposed laws) having to do with all aspects of City life; negotiate the City's budget with the Mayor and approve its adoption; monitor City agencies such as the Department of Education and the NYPD to make sure they're effectively serving New Yorkers; and review land use and making decisions about the growth and development of our city.

Maud Maron

Christopher Marte

Jacqueline Toboroff

Carlina Rivera

Juan Pagan

Allie Ryan

Erik D. Bottcher

Keith Powers

David Casavis

Mark Foley

Julie Menin

Nancy Sliwa

Gale A. Brewer

Shaun Abreu

Jomo Manual Williams

Carmen R. Quinones

Diana I. Ayala

Kristin Richardson Jordan

Alpheaus Marcus

Carmen N. De La Rosa

Edwin de La Cruz

Eric Dinowitz

Kevin Pazmino

Kevin Riley

Marjorie Velazquez

Aleksander Mic

Pierina Ana Sanchez

Shemeen Chappell

Oswald Feliz

Ariel Rivera-Diaz

Althea V. Stevens

Kajara R. Boyd

Rafael Salamanca Jr.

Jose A. Colon

Lattina D. Brown

Amanda Farias

Lamont L. Pau

Tiffany Caban

Felicia R. Kalan

Edwin DeJesus

Justice of the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of the State of New York includes 62 courts -- one supreme court for each county. These courts are the highest trial courts in New York State, and are of general jurisdiction.

Margaret A. Pui Yee Chan

John Joseph Kelley

Dena E. Douglas

Robert S. Mazzuchin Jr.

Lillian Wan

Carolyn Walker-Diallo

Consuelo Mallafre Melendez

Gina Levy Abadi

Joy F. Campanelli

Richard J. Montelione

Denis J. Butler

Deborah Axt

Kenneth C. Holder

Bob Cohen

Laurentina S. McKetney Butler

David J. Kirschner

Karen Gopee

John C. Spataro

Michele R. Titus

George R. Villegas

Anthony G. Marecki

Patsy D. Gouldborne

Paul L. Alpert

Marissa Soto

Naita A. Semaj

Ann Thompson

Paul Marrone Jr.

Charles M. Troia

Ronald Castorina Jr

Judge of the Civil Court · New York

Judges of the Civil Court are elected and serve terms of 10 years. There are 120 Civil Court Judges, of which approximately 50 sit in the Civil Court.

Jeffrey S. Zellan

Kim M. Parker

Betty Lugo

Christopher Chin

Paul A. Goetz

Hasa A. Kingo

Barbara Jaffe

Judge of the Civil Court · Bronx

Judges of the Civil Court are elected and serve terms of 10 years. There are 120 Civil Court Judges, of which approximately 50 sit in the Civil Court.

Jessica Flores

Verena C. Powell

Judge of the Civil Court · Queens

Judges of the Civil Court are elected and serve terms of 10 years. There are 120 Civil Court Judges, of which approximately 50 sit in the Civil Court.

Soma S. Syed

William D. Shanahan

Andrea S. Ogle