City Hall Offices
The City Hall houses the activities of the City Council and the Mayor of Reykjavik, as well as other administrative offices.
Office of the Mayor and City Clerk
The core role of the Office of the Mayor and Citizen Secretary consists of serving the office of the Mayor and Citizen Secretary, as well as overseeing central support services and coordination within the administration.
Office of the City Council
The mayor's office conducts all administration for the city council, city council, presidential committee, and various other committees. This includes the receipt and treatment of documentation, the preparation of meetings, such as the drafting and broadcasting of agendas, the conduct of meetings, including the drafting of minutes and advice to the Chairman and other meeting participants. At the same time, completion of documentation and notification of disposition, publication of minutes of meetings and provision of information to the public.
Human Rights and Democracy Bureau
The Human Rights and Democracy Office follows up the decisions of the Human Rights, Innovation and Democracy Council. The Council acts under the authority of the CoR Council and develops policies, takes decisions and makes recommendations to the Council on human rights.
A city attorney is on notice for the City of Reykjavik and its agencies on legal matters. He has a plea and other procedural safeguards as well as a contractual instrument on behalf of the CoR.
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- Office of the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer Conducts services to mayor's offices and city secretaries.
- Office of the City Council Carries out all administration for the city council, city council, presidential committee.
- Human Rights & Democracy Office Follows up the decisions of the Human Rights, Innovation and Democracy Council.
- City Attorney Is in charge of legal affairs for the CoR and its institutions.