The City Manager is the most senior official in the City’s administrative structure and is accountable to City Council for the policies and programs delivered by members of the Toronto Public Service.

The City Manager is appointed by the Mayor. Effective December 2, 2022, the City Manager is Paul Johnson.

About the City Manager's Office

Learn about the City Manager's Office, which advises Council and City administration on city-wide issues, co-ordinating work and evaluating how well the City provides services.

Long-Term Vision, Plans & Strategies

The City’s Corporate Strategic Plan, guided by City Council’s vision, the City’s motto and the Toronto Public Service’s mission to serve a great city and its people, lays out strategic areas of focus that advance the Mayor and Council’s priorities

Agencies & Corporations

Learn about the missions, service overviews and budgets of the agencies and corporations who deliver City services.

Intergovernmental Affairs

Discover how the City collaborates with government partners and key stakeholders to support Council directions and advance the City's interests.

Policy Excellence at the City of Toronto

Policy development is an important part of the work of the City in almost every Division. The City is committed to Policy Excellence in all of this work.

Concept 2 Keys

Concept 2 Keys (C2K) is transforming how planning and development applications are reviewed at the City of Toronto by reimagining organizational structures, processes and technology.