Join me in building a city that works - for all of us. 

I am humbled and honored to have been selected by the residents of my hometown to become the 46th mayor of Saint Paul.

As a child who grew up in our city’s parks, rec centers, libraries and public schools, I am excited to be your teammate in the work ahead.

Let's move forward, together and build a Saint Paul that works for all of us. 

- Mayor Melvin Carter

 

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Mayor Carter And Community Partners Announce Expanded Efforts to Support Immigrants And Refugees in Saint Paul

9/15/2021 Mayor's Office

Efforts Include Continuing to Invest in the City’s Immigrant Legal Defense Fund, A New American Loan Program for Residents Seeking to Naturalize, New Research to Inform Ongoing Support for Immigrants and Refugees, and Expanded Community Engagement

Efforts Include Continuing to Invest in the City’s Immigrant Legal Defense Fund, A New American Loan Program for Residents Seeking to Naturalize, New Research to Inform Ongoing Support for Immigrants and Refugees, and Expanded Community Engagement Efforts

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Mayor Melvin Carter Announces 2022 Library Budget Proposal

8/19/2021 Mayor's Office

Mayor Melvin Carter Announces 2022 Library Budget Proposal

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Mayor Carter Announces 2022 City Budget Proposal

8/12/2021 Mayor's Office

The 2022 Budget Proposal totals $713 million, including a proposed 6.9% property tax levy increase which amounts to an increase of $10.58 per month for a median value home. Amid the ongoing impacts of the many challenges our community has faced over the past 18 months, the Mayor's 2022 Budget Proposal supports a shared vision for revitalization and sustainability.

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Mayor Carter and Mayor Frey Issue New Masking Guidance amid Delta Variant Spread and COVID-19 Case Increases in Twin Cities

8/3/2021 Mayor's Office

In following latest CDC recommendations, Mayors recommend usage of masks in all indoor public spaces, and requiring masks for local government staff while indoors, as well as all visitors to City-owned buildings

In following latest CDC recommendations, Mayors recommend usage of masks in all indoor public spaces, and requiring masks for local government staff while indoors, as well as all visitors to City-owned buildings

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Last Edited: August 9, 2021