Niki Anderson, City Manager
Niki Anderson became City Manager in November 2022, joining the City of Regina with more than 20 years of experience in senior leadership roles in both the public and private sector.
She held previous leadership roles with the City of Edmonton as Deputy Fire Chief (Planning and Office of Emergency Management) and Executive Officer, Edmonton Fire Rescue Services. Prior to that, Niki was with the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) and a Managing Partner with Uniglobe Geo Travel. She also spent one year in Afghanistan providing logistics start-up expertise to the Department of National Defense.
From 2021 to 2022 Administration and Council worked together to develop the City’s 2022-25 Strategic Priorities. The Strategic Priorities guide operational business planning and are the foundation of the City’s budget planning. Investments are assessed on how they moved forward services, programs and projects in alignment with the City’s Strategic Priorities.
Recognizing our relationship to the land, we grow our community and improve quality of life
An overarching theme connecting the Strategic Priorities reinforces an Indigenous worldview that our relationship with the land is foundational, and our respect and care for this relationship informs and influences our decision-making.
We advance economic growth opportunities for Regina and area
- Promote initiatives from Regina’s 2030 Economic Growth Plan
- Promote Regina as a leading destination for visitors, talent, businesses and investment
- Build infrastructure for long-term economic growth
We achieve net zero emissions and become 100% renewable by 2050.
- Lead by example with municipal operations
- Work with partners and the community to implement the Energy & Sustainability Framework
Community Safety & Well-being
We create a healthier and more inclusive community.
- Work with partners and the community to improve safety and well-being of all residents
- Advance diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility
- Advance affordable and social housing
We make Regina a great place to work, live and visit.
- Plan for the future of Regina and its community priorities
- Prioritize a vibrant City Centre
- Build recreational and cultural infrastructure
- Provide and encourage year-round programs and services
- Improve our transportation network
We transform to a service and performance culture that builds resident trust.
- Continuously improve service delivery
- Make decisions based on data and strategic alignment
- Achieve long-term financial sustainability
- Strengthen our workplace culture
- Create a culturally competent organization
- Achieve Mission Zero
Contact the Office of the City Manager