City Administration communicates and carries out activities in support of City Council’s vision.
This includes Human Resources, Financial Planning and Accessibility.
City council is an elected legislative body with the authority to pass municipal by-laws and budgets, make appropriations, and set local tax rates. They are also responsible for setting the vision and strategic priorities for the City.
Six council members and the Mayor are all elected at large for four-year terms. The Mayor also has a duty to provide leadership and direction to the council and to act as its head during deliberations. Council elections are held every four years.
Mayor - City of Steinbach
President - Association of Manitoba Municipalities
Board Member - Federation of Canadian Municipalities
Chairperson - Strategic Priorities Committee
Chairperson - Steinbach Regional Municipal Leaders Committee
President - Steinbach Community Development Corporation
Steinbach City Hall
225 Reimer Avenue
Steinbach, MB R5G 2J1
(204) 346-6234 (office)
(204) 392-4835 (cell)
By-laws are put in place by the City for a number of reasons including public safety, community values, and City accountability.
Property tax revenue is used by the City to fund important programs and services in the community such as road repairs, waste collection, and recreation as well as building and maintaining infrastructure.