- City Councillor in Greater Sudbury since 2006
- Experienced local leader with a passion for conservation and community engagement
- Longtime educator and special education teacher
Giuseppe “Joe” Cimino is a community leader, educator, and lifelong Sudburian.
Now in his second term serving the people of Sudbury as Councillor for Ward 1, Joe sits on Council’s Public Library and Housing boards, and helps to manage the city’s operating budget of over $500 million.
In both his council and community work, Joe has a proven track record of listening to constituents and getting results. In 2007, along with residents, he founded the Community Action Network in Ward 1. He helped involve residents more directly in shaping their community and has created a more family-friendly city through the protection of green space and parkland, and the creation of new trails.
He also helped secure upgrades to the city’s snow removal equipment and oversaw the modernization of the city’s snow clean-up system.
Joe is a local champion who will get results for Sudbury.
He holds a B.A. in political science from Laurentian University and a B.Ed. from Nipissing University. Joe lives in Sudbury’s South End with his wife, Luisa, and their two daughters, Vanessa and Vania.
Address: 93 Cedar St., Unit 302 Sudbury, ON P3D 1A7