Defined by law, the territory of the Municipality of Ulcinj includes the town of Ulcinj and settlements: Amull, Braticë, Mali i Brinjës, Bojk, Brajshë, Katërkollë, Shtoji i Naltë, Këllezna e Naltë, Shtoji Poshtë, Këllezna Poshtë, Darzë, Draginë, Gjerana, Zogaj, Zenelaj, Krythë e Ulqinit, Krythë, Krruç, Kollomzë, Kodra, Kosiq, Kaliman, Kravar, Leskoc, Lisna Borë, Millë, Megjureç, Pistull, Reç, Rashtishë, Sukubinë, Salç, Sutjel, Shëngjergj, Qyrkaj, Fraskanjel, Shas, Shtodër, Selitë, Rashtisha e Poshtme, Gjonza and Kravari i Poshtëm.
Local self-government is performed in the Municipality, and includes the right of citizens and local self-government bodies, that within the limits set by law, regulate and govern certain public and other works , based on personal responsibility and in the interest of the local population, on the principles of democracy, decentralization, depoliticization, autonomy, legality, professionalism, efficiency in the work of local self-government bodies and mutual cooperation of the state and the municipality.
Local government is organized through the Mayor, the President of the Parliament, deputy mayors and local government secretariats such as:
Secretariat for Budget;
Secretariat for administration and social activities;
Secretariat for spatial planning and sustainable development;
Secretariat for Economy and Economic Development;
Secretariat for the protection of property;
Secretariat for residential activities
Secretariat for communal activities and environmental protection.
Special duties are performed by:
Center for the information system
Service for joint operations
For more information on rights, duties and functioning of the Municipality, click here to download the Statute of Ulcinj.