Who is a member?
Our members are the local governments of Massachusetts and their elected and appointed leadership.
There are 47 mayors serving Massachusetts cities. The Massachusetts Mayors’ Association (est. 1945) provides opportunities for mayors to network and share ideas, pursue educational opportunities, meet with state leaders and subject-matter experts, and participate in the advocacy work of the MMA.
Mayors serve as the chief executive officer of their cities. Twenty-five are elected for two-year terms, while 22 are elected for four-year terms.
The Massachusetts Mayors’ Association is dedicated to advancing the role of mayors and city managers in administering the affairs of cities through the continued development of effective, efficient and economical city government.
If you are a mayor in Massachusetts, you are already a member. Please join us at upcoming Mayors’ Association events.
Have a question about the Mayors’ Association, the role of mayors, or city government? Contact Senior Member Services Coordinator Denise Baker using this form.