2024 Legislative Meeting Schedule

Schedule of Regular Legislative Sessions

The Legislature's Regular Sessions are held in the Legislative Chambers, 6th Floor, Edwin L. Crawford County Office Building, Government Plaza, Binghamton, New York at 5:00 p.m., with sessions being held on:

• Thursday, January 18
• Thursday, February 15
• Thursday, March 21
• Thursday, April 18
• Thursday, May 16
• Thursday, June 20
• Thursday, July 18
• Thursday, August 15
• Thursday, September 19
• Thursday, October 17
• Thursday, November 21
• Thursday, December 19
• Monday, December 30

Schedule of Standing Committee Meetings

Committee meetings are usually held during the week preceding the regular legislative sessions at the days and times listed below and in the various legislative conference rooms adjoining the legislative chambers. The days and times listed below are generalized and subjected to change. For the most up to date committee and session agendas, please go here.

4:00 p.m. – Public Safety & Emergency Services
4:15 p.m. – Public Works & Transportation

4:00 p.m. – Personnel
4:15 p.m. – Economic Development, Education & Culture
4:30 p.m. – Health and Human Services

4:00 p.m. – County Administration
4:15 p.m. – Finance

Day of Session
County Administration Committee may meet at 4:45 p.m. for consideration of "LATE RESOLUTIONS."

Other meetings of the full Legislature, of the standing, or of such ad hoc committees that may be designated shall be scheduled at the convenience of the Chair or its members.


The meetings listed on this page, including committee meetings and Legislative Sessions are Public Meetings and are open to the public. On rare occasions, the Legislature or a committee may convene an executive session.

The most direct and immediate way to contact your Legislator (or all Legislators) is by e-mail. Contact information for all Legislators can be found here. You may also include the Legislature office on the e-mail by copying so the staff can ensure the email is received. 

The County Legislature operates under a strong and active committee system. If a member of the public would like to speak on a topic currently under consideration by the Legislature, it is suggested that the individual attend the committee meeting where the topic is being discussed. At the committee meeting, an individual may request that the Chair grant them permission to address the committee on the particular topic being considered by the Legislature. 

If a public official, such as a Mayor or Town Supervisor, wishes to address the Legislature, it is recommended that they contact the Chair of the Legislature prior to the beginning of the session. The Chair of the Legislature may recognize and grant Privilege of the Floor to that public official to address the Legislature.