Due to the outbreak of COVID19 and the concern for the well being of our citizens, the Mayor issued a Proclamation declaring a disaster in the City on March 19, 2020 and the City Council of the City approved an ordinance extending the declaration on March 23, 2020. Therefore, the May 2, 2020 General Election is postponed to November 3, 2020. Candidate filings will remain valid for the election and the filing period will not be re-opened for the November election. Voter registration deadline is October 5, 2020. The deadline to submit an application for ballot by mail is October 23, 2020. Early voting dates and times are listed on the updated Order of Election. Please see the link below:
Please see the following link for important information regarding the upcoming General Election:
Buffalo’s City Government is comprised of the Mayor and five City Council Members
- The Mayor and City Council represent the people’s choice
- Members are elected at large
- Members serve two year, staggered terms
- Members may serve an unlimited number of terms
- All Members must be residents within the city limits of the City of Buffalo
City of Buffalo – Elected Officials
*Serving one year unexpired term
Elected officials serve two year, staggered terms.
All Council Meetings are held at City of Buffalo Administration building located at 812 N. Buffalo Avenue, Buffalo, Texas.
The Council meets the 4th Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m., unless indicated otherwise.
Council Agendas are posted on the bulletin board at City Hall and online at least 72 hours before the Council Meeting.
The Mayor Pro-Tem is appointed every 2 years by the Council members.
City Council members are not full-time staff. If you have an immediate need to talk to the Mayor, a Council member or city staff, contact City Hall at 903-322-4741.