Tainan City Government

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Tainan City Government
臺南市政府
Seal of Tainan City (2014-).svg
Agency overview
Formed 25 December 2010
Preceding agency
Jurisdiction Tainan City
Headquarters Anping District (Yonghua Civic Center)
Xinying District (Minjhih Civic Center)
Ministers responsible
Website Tainan City Government
Tainan City Government - Yonghua Civic Center
Tainan City Government - Minjhih Civic Center

The Tainan City Government (Chinese: 臺南市政府; pinyin: Táinán Shì Zhèngfǔ) is the top-tier local government administrative body of the Republic of China from December 2010 that governs Tainan City. It consists of a directly elected executive Mayor of Tainan. It replaced the earlier Tainan County Government and Tainan City Government which had covered a much bigger area and governed more citizens.

Administration[edit]

Mayor[edit]

William Lai, incumbent mayor of Tainan City

The mayor of Tainan City is the chief executive officer of the city. He/she is elected for a four-year term and limited to serving no more than two terms. Under the mayor there are 2 deputy mayors, 1 secretary-general, 1 deputy secretary-general and 27 principal officers.[1]

Bureaus[edit]

Fire Bureau
Police Department
  • Bureau of Civil Affairs
  • Bureau of Education
  • Bureau of Agriculture
  • Bureau of Economic Development
  • Bureau of Tourism
  • Bureau of Public Works
  • Bureau of Water Resources
  • Bureau of Social Affairs
  • Bureau of Labor
  • Bureau of Land Administration
  • Bureau of Urban development
  • Bureau of Cultural Affairs
  • Bureau of Transportation
  • Bureau of Health
  • Bureau of Environmental Protection
  • Bureau of Local Tax
  • Fire Bureau
  • Police Department

Department[edit]

  • Department of Finance
  • Department of Legal Affairs
  • Department of Information and International Relations
  • Department of Personnel
  • Department of Budget, Accounting and Statistics

Offices[edit]

  • Office of Civil Service Ethics
  • Secretariat

Commissions[edit]

  • Ethnic Affairs Commission
  • Research, Development and Evaluation Commission

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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