is the Mission of the City of Ironton Government to
assure all citizens a better quality of life by providing
for the public safety, public health, quality education,
clean environment and economic development while being
Looking up- Moving Forward.
Ironton City Charter was adopted
by the voters on June 3rd, 1980. It became effective
on July 4, 1980. The Charter provides for a Mayor-Council
type of government. It also gives information on the
city council, mayor, and qualifications and powers of
Here to download the most recent version of
our City Charter.
Ordinances - Click
Here to download and review the laws of our
Here to download the City of Ironton Office
Hours and Recognized Holidays.
Here to download the City of Ironton Council
Agenda for this week’s meeting, November 14th, 2013.
may need to first download Adobe
Acrobat Reader to view these downloads.
Mayor and City Council
Mayor of Ironton has a responsibility to oversee all
of the functions of the city departments and employees.
Department Emergency (740) 532-2345
Department (Non-Emergency) (740)
Department Chief (740)
Department Non-Emergency (740) 532-0043
Department (740) 532-0198
Garage - Sanitation/Street/Flood Depts. (740)
Income Tax Department (740)
Specialist (740) 532-2265
Public Services (740)
and Parks Dept. (740)
Treatment Plant (740)
Filtration Department (740)
Billing Office (740)
Ironton Fire Department provides 24 hours a day 7 days
a week fire protection to the City of Ironton.
Ironton Police Department serves the City of Ironton,
providing police protection 24 hours a day, 365 days
a year. The Department consists of a Chief, a Detective,
patrol officers, and dispatchers.
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