Serving Alberta’s Capital City for a third term, Mayor Stephen Mandel has led the City of Edmonton since October 2004.
Mayor Mandel is a strong advocate for Alberta municipalities, ensuring they receive a fair share of funding to pay for vital infrastructure and community services.
His bold vision to improve the integration of services in the Edmonton region encouraged the Province to create a new governance body responsible for building a more effective regional plan, which has marked a new era of cooperation and growth.
Mayor Mandel also celebrates Edmonton’s arts community and multiculturalism as great strengths of our City and his inclusive vision reflects Edmonton’s our vast energy and character. He is a strong advocate and voice for low-income families, seniors and those in need.
As Mayor, Stephen is a steadfast steward of numerous green initiatives and remains committed to preserving Edmonton's reputation as a global environmental leader.
Before running for public office, Mayor Mandel was an accomplished businessman bringing 30 years of private sector experience to City Hall.
He has also been an active community volunteer for organizations including the Mazankowski Heart Institute, Heart and Stroke Foundation, Jewish Community Centre, and Allen Gray Continuing Care Centre.
He has been married to wife Lynn for 37 years. They have two grown children.
For more information:
Mayor Don Iveson
2nd Floor, City Hall
1 Sir Winston Churchill Square
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