List of mayors in Croatia

This is a list of current mayors of cities and towns in Croatia. There are 128 directly elected Croatian mayors.

  Croatian Democratic Union (58)   Social Democratic Party of Croatia (23)   Independent (19)   Istrian Democratic Assembly (9)   Croatian People's Party – Liberal Democrats (5)   Croatian Peasant Party (4)   Croatian Social Liberal Party (2)   Croatian Party of Rights (2)   Bridge of Independent Lists (1)   Alliance of Primorje-Gorski Kotar (1)   Bandić Milan 365 - Labour and Solidarity Party (1)   Pag Party (1)   People's Party - Reformists (1)   Independent List of Youth (1)

Results of the 2017 local elections, showing the elected municipal mayor for each municipality of Croatia
City / town County Current Mayor Party
Zagreb City of Zagreb Jelena Pavičić Vukičević (Acting) Bandić Milan 365 - Labour and Solidarity Party
Split Split-Dalmatia Andro Krstulović Opara Croatian Democratic Union
Rijeka Primorje-Gorski Kotar Vojko Obersnel Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Osijek Osijek-Baranja Ivan Vrkić Independent
Zadar Zadar Branko Dukić Croatian Democratic Union
Velika Gorica Zagreb Dražen Barišić Croatian Democratic Union
Slavonski Brod Brod-Posavina Mirko Duspara Independent
Pula Istria Boris Miletić Istrian Democratic Assembly
Karlovac Karlovac Damir Mandić Croatian Democratic Union
Sisak Sisak-Moslavina Kristina Ikić Baniček Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Varaždin Varaždin Ivan Čehok Independent
Šibenik Šibenik-Knin Željko Burić Croatian Democratic Union
Dubrovnik Dubrovnik-Neretva Mato Franković Croatian Democratic Union
Bjelovar Bjelovar-Bilogora Dario Hrebak Croatian Social Liberal Party
Kaštela Split-Dalmatia Denis Ivanović Croatian Democratic Union
Samobor Zagreb Krešo Beljak Croatian Peasant Party
Vinkovci Vukovar-Srijem Ivan Bosančić Croatian Democratic Union
Koprivnica Koprivnica-Križevci Mišel Jakšić Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Đakovo Osijek-Baranja Marin Mandarić Croatian Democratic Union
Vukovar Vukovar-Srijem Ivan Penava Independent
Čakovec Međimurje Stjepan Kovač Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Požega Požega-Slavonia Darko Puljašić Croatian Democratic Union
Zaprešić Zagreb Željko Turk Croatian Democratic Union
Sinj Split-Dalmatia Kristina Križanac Independent
Petrinja Sisak-Moslavina Darinko Dumbović[1] People's Party - Reformists
Solin Split-Dalmatia Dalibor Ninčević Croatian Democratic Union
Kutina Sisak-Moslavina Zlatko Babić Croatian Democratic Union
Virovitica Virovitica-Podravina Ivica Kirin Croatian Democratic Union
Križevci Koprivnica-Križevci Mario Rajn Independent
Sveta Nedelja Zagreb Dario Zurovec Independent
Dugo Selo Zagreb Nenad Panian Croatian People's Party – Liberal Democrats
Metković Dubrovnik-Neretva Dalibor Milan Croatian Democratic Union
Poreč Istria Loris Peršurić Istrian Democratic Assembly
Našice Osijek-Baranja Josip Miletić Croatian Democratic Union
Sveti Ivan Zelina Zagreb Hrvoje Košćec Croatian People's Party – Liberal Democrats
Jastrebarsko Zagreb Zvonimir Novosel Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Knin Šibenik-Knin Marko Jelić Independent
Omiš Split-Dalmatia Ivo Tomasović Independent
Vrbovec Zagreb Denis Kralj Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Ivanić-Grad Zagreb Javor Bojan Leš Croatian Democratic Union
Rovinj Istria Marko Paliaga Istrian Democratic Assembly
Nova Gradiška Brod-Posavina Vinko Grgić[2] Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Ogulin Karlovac Dalibor Domitrović Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Makarska Split-Dalmatia Jure Brkan Croatian Democratic Union
Ivanec Varaždin Milorad Batinić Croatian People's Party – Liberal Democrats
Slatina Virovitica-Podravina Denis Ostrošić Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Novska Sisak-Moslavina Marin Piletić Croatian Democratic Union
Umag Istria Vili Bassanese Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Novi Marof Varaždin Siniša Jenkač[3] Croatian Democratic Union
Trogir Split-Dalmatia Ante Bilić Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Gospić Lika-Senj Karlo Starčević Croatian Party of Rights
Krapina Krapina-Zagorje Zoran Gregurović Croatian Democratic Union
Županja Vukovar-Srijem Davor Miličević Croatian Democratic Union
Popovača Sisak-Moslavina Josip Mišković Croatian Party of Rights
Opatija Primorje-Gorski Kotar Ivo Dujmić Independent
Labin Istria Valter Glavičić Istrian Democratic Assembly
Daruvar Bjelovar-Bilogora Damir Lneniček Croatian Democratic Union
Valpovo Osijek-Baranja Matko Šutalo Independent
Pleternica Požega-Slavonia Antonija Jozić Croatian Democratic Union
Duga Resa Karlovac Tomislav Boljar Croatian Peasant Party
Crikvenica Primorje-Gorski Kotar Damir Rukavina Croatian Democratic Union
Benkovac Zadar Branko Kutija Croatian Democratic Union
Belišće Osijek-Baranja Dinko Burić Independent
Imotski Split-Dalmatia Ivan Budalić Croatian Democratic Union
Garešnica Bjelovar-Bilogora Velimir Žunac Croatian Democratic Union
Kastav Primorje-Gorski Kotar Matej Mostarac Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Ploče Dubrovnik-Neretva Mišo Krstičević Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Beli Manastir Osijek-Baranja Tomislav Rob Croatian Democratic Union
Otočac Lika-Senj Stjepan Kostelac Independent
Donji Miholjac Osijek-Baranja Goran Aladić Independent
Glina Sisak-Moslavina Stjepan Kostanjević[4] Croatian Democratic Union
Trilj Split-Dalmatia Ivan Šipić Croatian Democratic Union
Zabok Krapina-Zagorje Ivan Hanžek Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Vodice Šibenik-Knin Nelka Tomić Croatian Democratic Union
Pazin Istria Renato Krulčić Istrian Democratic Assembly
Ludbreg Varaždin Dubravko Bilić Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Pakrac Požega-Slavonia Anamarija Blažević Croatian Democratic Union
Lepoglava Varaždin Marijan Škvarić Croatian People's Party – Liberal Democrats
Bakar Primorje-Gorski Kotar Tomislav Klarić Croatian Democratic Union
Đurđevac Koprivnica-Križevci Željko Lacković[5] Independent
Mali Lošinj Primorje-Gorski Kotar Gari Cappelli Croatian Democratic Union
Čazma Bjelovar-Bilogora Dinko Pirak Croatian Peasant Party
Rab Primorje-Gorski Kotar Nikola Grgurić[6] Croatian Democratic Union
Prelog Međimurje Ljubomir Kolarek Croatian Democratic Union
Drniš Šibenik-Knin Josip Begonja Croatian Democratic Union
Senj Lika-Senj Darko Nekić Croatian Democratic Union
Ozalj Karlovac Gordana Lipšinić Independent
Ilok Vukovar-Srijem Marina Budimir Independent
Pregrada Krapina-Zagorje Marko Vešligaj Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Vrgorac Split-Dalmatia Ante Pranić Independent List of Youth
Grubišno Polje Bjelovar-Bilogora Zlatko Mađeruh Croatian Democratic Union
Varaždinske Toplice Varaždin Dragica Ratković Croatian Social Liberal Party
Otok Vukovar-Srijem Josip Šarić Croatian Democratic Union
Mursko Središće Međimurje Dražen Srpak Croatian Democratic Union
Krk Primorje-Gorski Kotar Darijo Vasilić Alliance of Primorje-Gorski Kotar
Kutjevo Požega-Slavonia Josip Budimir[7] Croatian Democratic Union
Lipik Požega-Slavonia Vinko Kasana Croatian Democratic Union
Oroslavje Krapina-Zagorje Ivan Tuđa Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Buzet Istria Siniša Žulić Istrian Democratic Assembly
Vodnjan Istria Klaudio Vitasović Istrian Democratic Assembly
Zlatar Krapina-Zagorje Jasenka Auguštan-Pentek Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Delnice Primorje-Gorski Kotar Ivica Knežević Independent
Donja Stubica Krapina-Zagorje Juraj Srebačić Croatian Democratic Union
Korčula Dubrovnik-Neretva Andrija Fabris[3] Croatian Democratic Union
Biograd na Moru Zadar Ivan Knez Croatian Democratic Union
Orahovica Virovitica-Podravina Ana-Marija Petin Croatian Peasant Party
Buje Istria Fabrizio Vižintin Istrian Democratic Assembly
Novi Vinodolski Primorje-Gorski Kotar Velimir Piškulić Croatian Democratic Union
Slunj Karlovac Jure Katić[8] Croatian Democratic Union
Vrbovsko Primorje-Gorski Kotar Dražen Mufić Independent
Kraljevica Primorje-Gorski Kotar Dalibor Čandrlić Croatian Democratic Union
Novigrad Istria Anteo Milos Istrian Democratic Assembly
Obrovac Zadar Ante Župan Croatian Democratic Union
Hvar Split-Dalmatia Rino Budrović[3] Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Supetar Split-Dalmatia Ivanka Marković Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Pag Zadar Željko Maržić[3] Pag Party
Skradin Šibenik-Knin Antonijo Brajković Croatian Democratic Union
Čabar Primorje-Gorski Kotar Kristijan Rajšel Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Novalja Lika-Senj Ante Dabo[9] Bridge of Independent Lists
Opuzen Dubrovnik-Neretva Ivo Mihaljević Croatian Democratic Union
Klanjec Krapina-Zagorje Zlatko Brlek Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Cres Primorje-Gorski Kotar Kristijan Jurjako Croatian People's Party – Liberal Democrats
Stari Grad Split-Dalmatia Antonio Škarpa Independent
Hrvatska Kostajnica Sisak-Moslavina Dalibor Bišćan Croatian Democratic Union
Nin Zadar Emil Ćurko Croatian Democratic Union
Vrlika Split-Dalmatia Jure Plazonić Croatian Democratic Union
Vis Split-Dalmatia Ivo Radica Croatian Democratic Union
Komiža Split-Dalmatia Tonka Ivčević Social Democratic Party of Croatia

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ReferencesEdit

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