List of mayors of Novi Sad

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Mayor of Novi Sad
Novi Sad 001.png
Milos Vucevic cropped.JPG
Incumbent
Miloš Vučević

since 14 September 2012
Style Mayor
Member of City Council
Reports to City Assembly
Residence No official residence
Seat City Hall
Term length 4 years
Inaugural holder Ignjac Hajl
Formation February 1, 1748 (1748-02-01)
The City Hall - Office of the mayor (in winter). Built in 1894 according to the project of architect Molnár György.
Mayor office written in four official languages used in the City of Novi Sad (Serbian, Hungarian, Slovak, and Rusyn).

This is a list of Mayors of Novi Sad from February 1, 1748, when the city got royal free city status by Maria Theresa of Austria.

The Mayor of Novi Sad is the head of the City of Novi Sad (the second largest city in Serbia and the administrative seat of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina). He acts on behalf of the City, and performs an executive function in the City of Novi Sad. The current Mayor of Novi Sad is Miloš Vučević (SNS).

Habsburg Monarchy / Austrian Empire / Austria-Hungary[edit]

Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes / Kingdom of Yugoslavia[edit]

Hungarian occupation[edit]

DF Yugoslavia / FPR Yugoslavia / SFR Yugoslavia[edit]

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of Office Party
49 No image.png Alimpije Popović
(1888–1967)
1944 1949 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
50 No image.png Dušan Ibročkić 1949 1951 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
51 No image.png Radomir Radujkov 1951 1952 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
52 No image.png Todor Jovanović 1952 1956 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
53 No image.png Milosav Gonja 1956 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
54 No image.png Boža Melkus 1957 1962 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
55 No image.png Tima Vrbaški 1962 1967 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
56 No image.png Dušan Ilijević 1967 1973 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
57 No image.png Milan Čanak
(1932–1980)
1974 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
58 No image.png Jovan Dejanović 1974 1982 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
59 No image.png Bratislav Dejanović 1982 1983 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
60 No image.png Zdravko Mutin 1983 1984 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
61 No image.png Aleksandar Horvat 1984 1985 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
62 No image.png Boško Petrov 1985 1989 League of Communists of Yugoslavia
63 No image.png Vlada Popović 1989 1992 League of Communists of Yugoslavia

FR Yugoslavia / Serbia and Montenegro[edit]

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of Office Party
64 No image.png Vladimir Divjaković
(1946–)
1992 1993 Socialist Party of Serbia
65 No image.png Milorad Mirčić
(1956–)
1993 1994 Serbian Radical Party
No image.png Milorad Đurđević
(1940–)
Acting Mayor
1994 March 1995 Socialist Party of Serbia
66 No image.png Đuro Bajić
(1938–)
March 1995 12 December 1996 Socialist Party of Serbia
67 No image.png Mihajlo Svilar
(1947–)
12 December 1996 18 June 1997 Serbian Renewal Movement
68 No image.png Stevan Vrbaški
(1940–)
18 June 1997 20 October 2000 Serbian Renewal Movement
69 Borislav Novaković Crop.jpg Borislav Novaković
(1964–)
20 October 2000 5 October 2004 Democratic Party
70 Maja Gojković.jpg Maja Gojković
(1963–)
5 October 2004 5 June 2006 Serbian Radical Party

Republic of Serbia[edit]

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of Office Party
70 Maja Gojković.jpg Maja Gojković
(1963–)
5 June 2006 16 June 2008 Serbian Radical Party
(until 2007)
Independent
(from 2007)
71 Igor Pavlicic Cropped Image.JPG Igor Pavličić
(1970–)
16 June 2008 14 September 2012 Democratic Party
72 Milos Vucevic cropped.JPG Miloš Vučević
(1974–)
14 September 2012 Incumbent Serbian Progressive Party

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