Mayor Paul TenHaken
Paul TenHaken began his second term as Mayor of Sioux Falls in May 2022. Since first taking office in May 2018, Mayor TenHaken has amassed a list of accomplishments for the city by putting people first and taking strategic steps to ensure the continued success of South Dakota’s largest city. Acknowledged as a dedicated public servant, a successful entrepreneur, and an avid athlete, Mayor TenHaken’s proudest accomplishment is his family—wife, Jill, and their three children.
Alex Jensen | Vice Chair
District: At-Large Term Expires: 2024
Alex began his career in public service in 2014 by being elected to the South Dakota House of representatives, serving the citizens of District 12 until 2016. In 2020, he was elected to his first term on the City Council as an at-large member.
Term Expires: 2024
Greg Neitzert began his public service career in 2011 when he joined the Sioux Falls Zoning Board of Adjustment. He would serve five years and most recently as its Vice Chair. During the 2014 municipal election, he founded and led the Forward Zoning ballot question committee that advocated for the adoption of the Shape Places Zoning Ordinance. In 2015, he served on...
Marshall Selberg | Chair
Marshall Selberg graduated from Hendricks High School in Minnesota and received a bachelor of applied science degree in history from South Dakota State University. He is a real estate business...
District: Southwest Term Expires: 2024
Curt Soehl | Chair
District: Central Term Expires: 2026
Curt Soehl’s Sioux Falls roots go back a long time. Both his grandfather, Ralph Morris, and father were employed at the John Morrell Company (Smithfield Foods). Grandfather Ralph was a union leader in the 60s, 70s, and 80s, and a community activist during his retirement years.