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List of mayors of Sacramento, California

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Mayor of Sacramento
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Incumbent
Darrell Steinberg

since December 13, 2016
TypeMayor
Formation1849
First holderWilliam Stout

This is a list of Mayors of Sacramento, California. The Sacramento City Council met for the first time on August 1, 1849 and the citizens approved the city charter on October 13, 1849. The City Charter was recognized by the State of California on February 27, 1850 and Sacramento was incorporated on March 18, 1850.[1]

List of Mayors of Sacramento
# Mayor Term start Term end Notes and references
1 William Stout 1849 Spent three weeks in office[1]
2 Albert Maver Winn 1849
3 Hardin Bigelow April 1, 1850 November 1850 The first elected mayor of Sacramento
4 James Richmond Hardenberg November 1850 1851
5 C. I. Hutchinson 1852
6 James Richmond Hardenberg 1853
7 R. P. Johnson 1854
8 James Lawrence English 1855 Later served as the California State Treasurer
9 Benjamin Barnard Redding 1856 1857 Born in Canada
10 Joseph Palmer Dyer 1857
11 Henry Lambard Nichols 1858 Later served as Secretary of State of California
12 William Shattuck 1859 1862
13 Charles Heman 1863 1871
14 Christopher Green 1872 1877
15 Jabez Turner 1878 1880 Elected on what was known as the State Workingmen's ticket
16 John Q. Brown 1881 1887 Father of mayor John Q. Brown (1918-1920)
17 Eugene J. Gregory 1887 1888
18 William D. Comstock 1889 1892
19 Bernard U. Steinman 1893 1895 First Jewish mayor of Sacramento[2]
20 Cyrus H. Hubbard 1896 1897
21 William Land 1898 1899
22 George H. Clark 1900 1903
23 William J. Hassett 1904 1905
24 Marshall R. Beard 1906 1907
25 Clinton L. White 1908 1909
26 Marshall R. Beard 1910 1912
27 Michael J. Burke 1912 1915
28 Gustavaus C. Simmons 1915 1916
29 Daniel W. Carmichael 1916 1918
30 John Q. Brown 1918 1920 Son of former mayor John Q. Brown (1881-1887)
31 Charles A. Bliss 1920 1921
32 Albert Elkus 1921 1925 First mayor to be born within city boundaries
33 Alexander E. Goddard 1926 1927
34 Ralph E. Conley 1928 1929
35 C. H. S. Bidwell 1930 1933
36 Thomas P. Scollan 1934 1935
37 Arthur D. Ferguson 1936 1937
38 Thomas B. Monk 1938 1945
39 George L. Klumpp 1946 1947
40 Belle Cooledge 1948 1949 First female mayor
41 Bert E. Geisreiter[3] 1950 1951
42 Leslie E. Wood 1952 1953
43 William A. Hicks 1954 Resigned from office
44 H. H. Hendren 1954 1955
45 Clarence L. Azevedo 1956 1959
46 James B. McKenney 1960 1965
47 Walter Christensen 1966 1967
48 Richard H. Marriott 1968 1975
49 Phil Isenberg 1975 1982 Later served in the California State Assembly
50 R. Burnett Miller 1983
51 Anne Rudin 1983 January 2, 1993 First elected female mayor in Sacramento
52 Joe Serna, Jr. January 2, 1993 November 7, 1999 First Hispanic-American to be elected as mayor (died in office)
Vacant November 7, 1999 December 14, 1999
53 Jimmie R. Yee (interim) December 14, 1999 November 27, 2000 First Asian-American mayor
54 Heather Fargo November 27, 2000 December 2, 2008 Second elected female mayor in Sacramento
55 Kevin Johnson December 2, 2008 December 13, 2016 First African-American mayor and former NBA player
56 Darrell Steinberg December 13, 2016 Incumbent

See also : Lists of incumbents

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References

  1. ^ a b "Sacto Facto". Center for Sacramento History. 31 December 2016. Retrieved 4 December 2018.
  2. ^ "Bernard Ulmer Steinman, Jewish Pioneer Businessman, Civil Servant and Mayor of Sacramento, California". Jmaw.org. Jewish Museum of the American West. Retrieved 6 February 2019.
  3. ^ "Nurseryman, Former Mayor Bert Geisreiter, 83, Dies". Sacramento Bee. June 20, 1987. Retrieved 2012-09-15. Bert E. Geisreiter, a former Sacramento mayor who first ran for election in 1947 as a last-minute candidate and ended up serving nine years on the City Council, died at home Friday following a long illness. He was 83. ...
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