Municipality

1. The Local Council – Representative body

The local council is the representative body of the local government unit. The members of the Council are elected every four years and their number is determined according the population of the municipality. The competences of the Council are determined on the article no. 54 of the Local Self-government Law.

  • Composition
    • Head of the Council
    • Secretary of the Council
    • Commission
    • Groups
    • Members
    • Members of the Regional Council

  • Decisions
    • Vendime
    • Urdheresa
    • Rregullore

  • The next meeting
    • Notification of the meeting
    • Agenda of the meeting
    • Supporting materials

2. The Mayor – Executive Body

The Mayor is the executive body of the Local Government Units. He exercises all the competences to perform the functions of the municipality, implementing the decisions of the Local Council.

  • 2.1 Contact the Mayor
  • 2.2 Decisions – Urdhra

3. Administration

The administration of the Municipality works under the responsibility of the Administrator, appointed by the Mayor. The administration is responsible for all the administrative procedure and related services offered to citizens, the territorial management according to its competences.

  • 3.1 The Municipality Administrator
  • 3.2 The Districts Administrators
  • 3.3 Organisation chart
  • 3.4 Statistics
  • 3.5 Staff

4. Community Bodies

The Community Bodies in the urban areas are the Local Councils, created on voluntary basis by member living inside the administrative unit of the Municipality. The community council can chose among its members, the community coordinators as representative and responsible for the organisation of the work of the council.
The Community Bodies in the rural areas are composed by the village council and the head of the village. The village council, voted by the village citizens, has the right to choose among its members the head of the village.

  • Urban area
    • Citizens councils
    • Representative members

  • Rural area
    • Village Councils
    • Head of the Villages

5. Budget and Finance

The finances of the municipality are based on taxes, other local income, from grants transferred by the central government, amount of incomes transferred by the national government taxes, local loans, donations and other sources defined by the law.

  • 5.1 Local Budget
    • a. 2016 – Main investments
    • b. 2015

  • 5.2 Tax Income
    • a. Tax levels
    • b. Statistics

  • 5.3 Other Income

  • 5.4 Central Government grants
    • a. General Grants
    • b. Project based grants

  • 5.5 EU and International Grants

6. Functions

The local government units administrate and regulate their function according the Constitution the European Charter of Local Self-government and the laws in force.
Their responsibility is organised into seven groups of functions.

  • 6.1 Infrastructure (1) and public services (2)
  • 6.2 Social Services to vulnerable groups
  • 6.3 Culture (1), Sport (2) and Entertainment (3)
  • 6.4 Environment protection
  • 6.5 Agriculture (1), Rural development (2), Public forests and pastures (3)
  • 6.6 Local economic development
  • 6.7 Public order policies

7. Services – On line

The services offered are based on the list of functions under the responsibility of the local government, trying to deliver every king of service, with a objective to provide services for every moment of citizen’s and companies life inside the city.

  • 7.1 Requests and claims

  • 7.2 My administrative procedure

  • 7.3 Certificates

  • 7.4 Start a Business
    • a. Information – Link with QKR
    • b. Support for a Loan
    • c. Modules
    • d. Samples
    • e. Contact an expertR

  • 7.5 Social Housing
    • a. Subsidized rent
    • b. Low-cost housing program

  • 7.6 Social services
    • a. Information and instruction (detailed for each category)
    • b. Samples and modules

  • 7.7 Kindergarten registration
    • a. Map of the Kindergarten inside the city
    • b. Information about the procedures
    • c. Forms

  • 7.8 Inform or ask an urban maintenance intervention

  • 7.9 Contact the Municipal Police

  • 7.10 Construction and planning
    • a. Instructions
    • b. Forms
    • c. The urban Plan
      • c.1 Maps
      • c.2 Regulations
      • c.3 The plan
      • c.4 Detailed plans

  • 7.11 Transport
    • a. Bus
    • b. Taxi
    • c. Agencies

8. Call for tenders

The work and services to be realized by the Municipality in its administrative territory, shall be procured through a transparent and fair competition.

9. International relations

The Municipality is actively focused on the establishment of new and effective international relation, thought the drafting and implementation of project of common interest, the environment protection, the economic and territorial development, the twinning of cities instrument etc.

10. Transparency program

The transparency program of the Municipality, is an obligation of the law for the right of information. It defines the categories of information that will be published without a formal request by the subject and the ways how to make this information accessible to all categories.

11. Live Your City

“How to spend the time in your city” is a program drafted by the Municipality taking in consideration all the social groups and their needs.

  • 11.1 Cultural activities – Annual program of the Municipality
  • 11.2 Entertainment
  • 11.3 Sport

12 Legislation

The Municipal activity is based on a number of laws and regulation, related to each sector under the responsibility of the local government unit. This legislation is organised and divided into a simple and interactive manner in order to facilitate the consultation.

13 Ask an Expert

The Municipality offers a number of experts that will provide free consultancy to citizens in cases not suitable to by managed by the information office.