The Mayor of Chelmsford for 2022-23 is Councillor John Galley, and the Deputy Mayor is Councillor Sue Dobson.

The Full Council appoints the Mayor and Deputy Mayor during the Annual Council Meeting in May. 

The Mayor chairs Full Council meetings in a ceremonial role, and represents the council by supporting local events and charities.

The Mayor’s role is non-political and must remain independent. This means the Mayor is unable to get involved in any matters or complaints regarding council procedures.

You can view our Constitution to find out how the Mayoralty operates.

You can also find the Mayor on Facebook or Twitter.

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Last updated: 22 September 2022