At the top of the City's organizational structure are the citizens of Prince George, who elect a Mayor and eight Councillors every four years. Reporting to Mayor and Council are 10 committees, commissions, and boards, as well as the City Manager who is the City's chief administrative officer. City administration is based on departments and divisions.
- Acting City Manager - Walter Babicz
- Acting Deputy City Manager - Ian Wells
Administrative Services – Walter Babicz, General Manager
- Divisions and Activities: Information Technology (IT) Services, Legislative Services, Procurement, Records Management, Risk Management, the Service Centre.
Community Services & Public Safety – Adam Davey, Director
- o Divisions and Activities: Aquatics, CN Centre, Community Arenas, Civic Events, Conference and Civic Centre, Emergency Programs, Facilities Maintenance, Police Support Services.
Infrastructure & Public Works – Dave Dyer, General Manager, Adam Homes, Director, and Gina Layte-Liston, Director
- Divisions and Activities: Asset Management, Civic Facilities, Engineering, Fleet, Parks and Solid Waste, Roads, Utilities
External Relations – Rob van Adrichem, Director
- Divisions and Activities: Communications, Government Relations
Finance – Kris Dalio, Director
- Divisions and Activities: Financial Services, Financial Planning, Revenue Control
Fire and Rescue Services – John Iverson, Fire Chief
- Divisions and Activities: Fire and Rescue Services
Human Resources – Rae-Ann Emery, Director
- Divisions and Activities: Human Resources, Occupational Health and Safety, Payroll and Benefits
Planning and Development – Ian Wells, General Manager
- Divisions and Activities: Building Inspection Services, Business Licencing, Bylaw Services, Development Services, Economic Development, Real Estate, Subdivision and Infrastructure, Sustainable Community Development
Strategic Initiatives & Partnerships – Chris Bone, Associate Director
- Divisions and Activities: Social health and Well-Being, Community Partnerships
Tourism Prince George and the Prince George Public Library are also City entities. Both organizations present their budget request to Council annually and their annual financial statements are included in the City’s annual report.