Shah Alam City Council

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Shah Alam City Council
Majlis Bandaraya Shah Alam
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
History
Founded 7 December 1978; 39 years ago (1978-12-07)
Preceded by Shah Alam Municipal Council
Leadership
Mayor
Ahmad Zaharin bin Mohd Saad[1]
Since 21 January 2015
Secretary
Shukri Mohamad Hamin
Since Not defined
Structure
Seats 24
MBSA 20180804.svg
Political groups
Councillors:
  •      DAP (6)
  •      PKR (9)
  •      AMANAH (5)
  •      BERSATU (3)
  •      Orang Besar (1)
Length of term
July 2018 - December 2020
Motto
Beautiful, Brilliant
Indah Bestari
Meeting place
Shah Alam City Council.JPG
Wisma MBSA
Persiaran Perbandaran, 40000 Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia
3°04′24″N 101°31′13″E / 3.07346°N 101.52015°E / 3.07346; 101.52015
Website
www.mbsa.gov.my
Constitution
Local Government Act 1976
Administrative areas of Shah Alam City Council

Shah Alam City Council (MBSA; Malay: Majlis Bandaraya Shah Alam) is the local authority for Shah Alam City, Malaysia, north of Petaling District and east of Klang District, and an agency under the Selangor state government. MBSA is responsible for public health and sanitation, waste removal and management, town planning, environmental protection and building control, social and economic development and general maintenance functions of urban infrastructure. The MBSA main headquarters is located at Persiaran Perbandaran, Shah Alam.

History[edit]

When Shah Alam was developed as a township in 1963, the Shah Alam Town Board was founded under the Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Selangor or Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS). The Town Board was then made Majlis Perbandaran Shah Alam (MPSA) or the Shah Alam Municipal Council when Shah Alam is declared the state capital of Selangor on 7 December 1978. The state secretary of Selangor at the time was chosen to be the head of the council or the Yang di-Pertua. The municipal council was based in a shophouse in Section 3 with an operational staff of 123, and began operations on 1 January 1979. The council then relocates to the Kompleks PKNS at Section 14 in 1981, and subsequently to its own building, the 28-storey Wisma MPSA in 1988.[2] With the granting of city status in 2000, the council is upgraded into the Shah Alam City Council or known as Majlis Bandaraya Shah Alam (MBSA).

Datuk Bandar[edit]

The Datuk Bandar refers to the Mayor of the city, and leader of the city council. The list of mayors is as below: [3]

# Name of Mayors In office
1. Dato' Abu Sujak bin Mahmud 2000 - 2002
2. Dato' Salamon bin Selamat 2002 - 2004
3. Dato' Ramli bin Mahmud 2004 - 2006
4. Dato' Ramlan bin Othman 2006 - 2007
5. Dato' Mazalan bin Md. Noor 2007 - 2011
6. Dato' Mohd. Jaafar bin Mohd. Atan 2011 - 2015
7. Dato' Ahmad Zaharin bin Mohd. Saad 2015 - present

Membership[edit]

The 23 councillors of the Shah Alam City Council are as follows.

Councillor Political Affiliation[4] Section
Ahmad Dusuki Abdul Rani PAS 1-6&14
Emran Kadir Orang Besar Petaling 9-13
Noryzal Zainal Abidin PKR 7&U12
Anizan Othman PKR 8&U11
Noraini Hussin PAS 15&16
Abdul Halim Omar PAS 17&18
Afzainizal A.Rahman PKR 19-21
Awang Ibrahim PKR 22-24
Ruthira d/o Surasan PKR 25
Rozaina Hamzih PKR 26-28
Imran Satiman PAS 29&30
Tan Sie Wai PKR 31&33 (Kota Kemuning)
Prakash Rao Applasamy DAP 32 (U9、10&14)
Papparaidu Veramam DAP 34&35
Nor Asikin Selamat PKR 36
Fakhrul Azman Khalidin PAS U1&U2 (TTDI Jaya)
Foong Saik Hoong DAP U3、U6&U7 (Subang Perdana)
Siti Rohaya Ahad PAS U4a&U5
Tengku Ahmad Kassim PKR U8
Siou Fun Yean DAP U13 (Setia Alam)
Muhammad Shakir Ameer Mohideen DAP U15&U16
Harri Mohammad Hassan PAS U17、U18&19a
Zulnizam Shahrani PKR U4b、U19b&20 (Sungai Buloh New Town)

Departments[edit]

  1. Jabatan Bangunan (Building Department)
  2. Jabatan Kewangan (Monetary Department)
  3. Jabatan Perancangan (Planning Department)
  4. Jabatan Kejuruteraan (Engineering Department)
  5. Jabatan Penilaian dan Pengurusan Harta (Valuation and Property Management Department)
  6. Jabatan Perlesenan (Licensing Department)
  7. Jabatan Pengurusan Sisa Pepejal dan Pembersihan Awam (Solid Waste Management and Public Cleansing Department)
  8. Jabatan Khidmat Pengurusan (Service Management Department)
  9. Jabatan Lanskap (Landscape Department)
  10. Jabatan Penguatkuasaan (Enforcement Department)
  11. Bahagian Pusat Setempat (One Stop Center Unit)
  12. Bahagian Perundangan (Legal Unit)
  13. Bahagian Audit dalam dan Pengaduan Awam
  14. Bahagian Korporat dan Pembangunan Masyarakat (Corporate and Community Development Unit)
  15. Bahagian Pengurusan Stadium (Stadium Management Unit)
  16. Bahagian Tender dan Ukur Bahan (Tender and Quantity Survey Unit)
  17. Bahagian Teknologi Maklumat dan Komunkasi (Information Technology (IT) and Communication Unit)

Branch office[edit]

There is 3 branch offices, one at Sungai Buloh branch office, off Bukit Rahman Putra[5], and another 2 at Kota Kemuning and Setia Alam[6].

Awards[edit]

  • 2013- Malaysia's Sustainable City Award[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Laman Web Rasmi Majlis Bandaraya Shah Alam". MBSA.
  2. ^ "Mission to ensure excellence". New Straits Times. 2000-10-10.
  3. ^ "Official Website Of Shah Alam City Council". www.mbsa.gov.my.
  4. ^ "Laman Web Rasmi Majlis Bandaraya Shah Alam". www.mbsa.gov.my.
  5. ^ "Official Website Of Shah Alam City Council". www.mbsa.gov.my.
  6. ^ "Laman Web Rasmi Majlis Bandaraya Shah Alam". www.mbsa.gov.my.
  7. ^ "Shah Alam up against 44 cities for international award - Metro News - The Star Online". www.thestar.com.my.

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