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Mayor Sharon Konopa Receives State Leadership Award

City of Albany Mayor – Sharon Konopa

The Mayor of Albany is a non-partisan volunteer elected position.

Sharon Konopa has been the Mayor of Albany since January, 2009. She was first elected as a City Councilor in January, 1997.


Current issues facing Albany, our state and nation is homelessness.

“I have held many conversations over the years regarding the issues surrounding homelessness. I drafted a long summary report on my efforts, our City and local agencies in striving for the goal of seeking housing for a solution and to not enable someone to stay homeless. I welcome you to read my story.” -Sharon   Read More
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Konopa’s Personal Background

Sharon Konopa is a native Oregonian. She has lived in Albany since a young child, and the South Albany area.

She and her husband Steve, both graduated from South Albany High School in 1975. They have been married since 1977 and have lived in the same home. They have a daughter, son-in-law and two grandsons who also live in Albany.