About the Mayor
Career, Education & Personal Life
Eric Genrich was elected the 42nd Mayor of Green Bay in April 2019. Prior to becoming Mayor, Genrich was elected to the state Assembly in November 2012. Serving three terms, he represented the 90th Assembly District which comprises the majority of the City of Green Bay.
Eric Genrich was born and raised in Green Bay. He received his BA from UW-Madison and attained a graduate degree from UW-Milwaukee. Prior to his election to the state assembly, Eric worked in the state and federal governments, and later as an IT librarian for the Brown County Library. He has been actively supportive of several community organizations, including Neighborworks Green Bay, on whose board he served for six years.
Eric Genrich and his wife, Emily, live on the east side of Green Bay with their two children, Henry and Amelia.
Office HoursMayor's Community Weekly Office Hour is typically each Thursday at 3:30pm. These are walk-in meetings open to the public. If you cannot attend in-person, arrangements can be made by calling 920-448-3005 ahead of time. View the Mayor's Community Calendar.
Request the Mayor's AppearanceIf you would like the Mayor to attend or speak at your event, please fill out the Request the Mayor’s Appearance Form. A staff member will get back to you with the Mayor’s availability.
Request a ProclamationIf you are requesting only a proclamation from the Mayor, please fill out the Request Proclamation form.
Community Support FundIf you would like to request funds from the Mayor's Office, fill out the Community Support Fund Application.
Contact the MayorIf you have a question or concern for the Mayor, please Contact the Mayor here.
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