City of Saginaw, Michigan

At the Monday, November 21, 2022 City Council meeting, the Saginaw City Council unanimously voted Brenda F. Moore to continue in her role as Saginaw’s mayor. Council Members also selected Annie Boensch to serve as mayor pro tem. They will serve in these roles until November 2024.

“This is a tremendous honor and I am thrilled to continue to serve as your mayor,”
said Mayor Brenda Moore. “We have an incredible group of individuals on our City
Council. I look forward to working with my fellow council members and Mayor Pro Tem Boensch as we face the challenges and successes that will shape the future of Saginaw.”

Mayor Brenda F. Moore was elected to City Council in 2013. She served as the
Mayor Pro Tem from 2018 to 2020, and has served as Mayor since 2020. After her
election to council in 2013, Brenda became actively involved in the Michigan Municipal League, attending conferences and training to become more effective in her role on city council. Brenda was selected as the 2018-2019 Vice President of the Michigan Municipal League Board of Trustees and served as MML Board President in 2019-2020. Brenda currently serves as President of the Michigan Black Caucus and is a member of the Michigan Association of Mayors and MML’s Women in Municipal Government. As a member of council, she has served on several influential boards and commissions and has long been involved in serving the citizens of Saginaw. Mayor Moore is currently a member of the Saginaw Planning Commission, Saginaw Future Board of Directors and serves as President of the 911 Authority Board.

Mayor Pro Tem Annie Boensch has served on City Council since 2011. Annie is a lifelong resident of Saginaw and has devoted herself to the building and preservation of the City of Saginaw. Annie has served on the Downtown Development Authority and has a dedicated interest in the continued reinvention of Saginaw. Annie currently serves as a member of the City County School Liaison Committee, where she collaborates with representatives from Saginaw County and Saginaw Public Schools to discuss education initiatives impacting the future of our public schools and other key issues affecting the Saginaw community. Annie works closely with the public as a project manager and 
community activist, where she enjoys her daily interaction with the varied and diverse citizens of Saginaw.

Monday's City Council meeting also welcomed newly elected and re-elected council members Priscilla Garcia and returning council members Michael Balls and Autumn Scherzer. All three will serve on City Council until 2026.

City Manager Tim Morales commented on the new council and the selection of Mayor Moore and Mayor Pro Tem Boensch, “I think we have an outstanding group of leaders serving on our council. I am very excited to continue working with Mayor Moore and also with Mayor Pro Tem Boensch in her new role. They are both outstanding leaders, hardworking, and committed to this community. I am confident they will make a great team and their leadership will continue to advance Saginaw forward.”

For more information on the Saginaw City Council, visit our website at or contact the City Manager’s office at (989)759-1403.