The City of Weston Council meets the first Monday of the month at 6pm at the Weston Fire Department.
Agenda's are posted on the front door of the City building and Fire Department three (3) days prior to the meeting.
The City of Weston has a vast history, home to former congressmen, a former senator, even an NFL player. Set on approximately 2 square miles, the story of Weston began in 1818 when it was founded under the name "Preston", this was soon changed to "Flesherville", and then "Weston" in 1819. Since then Weston has become home to many historical landmarks, including the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, Jonathan M. Bennett House, and the former Weston Colored School. The City of Weston now has approximately 4,044 people that call this beautiful city their home.