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Back (left to right): Jerry Pfeifer, John Kvamme, Jeff Brand, Edward Johnson
Front (left to right): Stephen Grams, Chuck Zieman, Susan Carlin

 

2018 - 2019 CITY OF SAINT PETER CITY COUNCIL

MAYOR

Chuck Zieman
1407 Rockbend Parkway
Saint Peter, Minnesota 56082
(507)934-2107 (H)
councilzieman@saintpetermn.gov
TERM: 2018-2019

COUNCIL MEMBERS

WARD II (SOUTH)

WARD I (NORTH)

John Kvamme
402 South Washington Avenue
Saint Peter, Minnesota 56082
(507)931-3761 (H)
councilkvamme@saintpetermn.gov
TERM: 2016-2019 
  
Susan Carlin
327 West Broadway Avenue
Saint Peter, Minnesota 56082
(507)382-5162 (C)
councilcarlin@saintpetermn.gov
TERM: 2018-2021
 
Stephen C. Grams
420 South Washington Avenue
Saint Peter, Minnesota 56082
(507)934-0176 (H)
councilgrams@saintpetermn.gov
TERM: 2018-2021  
Jeff Brand
227 South Front Street
Saint Peter, Minnesota 56082
(507)380-0510 (C)
councilbrand@saintpetermn.gov
TERM: 2016-2019


Jerry Pfeifer
1201 Rockbend Parkway
Saint Peter, Minnesota 56082
(507)382-7247 (H)
councilpfeifer@saintpetermn.gov
TERM: 2016-2019
 

Edward P. Johnson
227 South Front Street
Saint Peter, Minnesota 56082
(507)382-4022
counciljohnson@saintpetermn.gov

TERM: 2018-2021

City Council list of items of Vital Importance*:
  • Community that treats all people like neighbors
  • Proactive housing solutions
  • Availability of quality health care
  • Thriving business community
  • Action on the changes in our demographics
  • Aesthetically distinctive
  • Improved sustainability
  • Available early childhood care and educational opportunities and exceptional schools

*As last discussed by the City Council on 10/30/2017.