Taipei municipal government is the administrative organ of Taipei city. It was established in October 1945 and directly under the jurisdiction of the "Executive Yuan". There are exhibition halls in the city government, and there are often various free activities or exhibitions for visitors. There is a coffee bar in the atrium. You can sit down and have a rest. In the hall of the city government, there are also brief introduction of service items of various units of the city government, brochures of various arts and cultural activities, maps and scenic spots of Taipei City, and MRT traffic route maps. They are free of charge. You are welcome to read them. You can use them freely if you need.
taipei city government
The Taipei municipal government is the administrative organ of Taipei city. It was established in October 1945 and is under the jurisdiction of Taiwan's administrative organs. As of September 2007, the organizations under the jurisdiction of the Taipei municipal government, under the mayor and vice mayor, had 15 bureaux, 7 departments, 6 committees, and 12 district offices and other directly subordinate organs.
The Taipei municipal government was established in October 1945. At the beginning of its establishment, the total number of Posts was only 312, and the number of posts in the municipal government organs, including teaching staff and police personnel, was 5051.
Taipei city was officially transformed into a "municipality directly under the central government". The municipal government set up eight bureaus and five offices, and set up nine committees and four units directly under it according to the actual needs. In the 37 years since the reform of the municipality directly under the central government, in addition to abolishing and merging the outdated units, many organs and schools have been set up one after another.
As of July 2004, under the mayors and vice mayors, the Taipei municipal government had 14 bureaus of civil affairs, finance, education, construction, public works, transportation, society, labor, police, health, environmental protection, urban development, fire protection and culture; 7 secretaries, land administration, news, military service, chief accountant, personnel and political conduct; and Taiwan's ethnic minorities, laws and regulations, research and development There are six committees, namely, exhibition assessment, urban planning, petition review and Hakka Affairs; there are also government training center, Taipei water supply department, Taipei feicui Reservoir Administration Bureau, MRT Engineering Bureau, Taipei Mass Rapid Transit Co., Ltd., and 12 district offices. The total staff of the municipal government and its affiliated institutions and schools is about 70000.
After the reform, all previous Taipei mayors were appointed by the government. Until December 25, 1994, they became elected mayors, which opened the era of democratic politics.
On September 11, 2007, the municipal government carried out organ revision and organizational adjustment. The former construction bureau was transformed and renamed as the Industrial Development Bureau, the former information department was renamed as the tourism and Communication Bureau, the former civil service training center was renamed as the civil service training department, and the former Information Center was upgraded to a first-class organ and renamed as the information department.
Organization and establishment
Civil Affairs Bureau of Taipei Municipal Government
Finance Bureau of Taipei Municipal Government
Education Bureau of Taipei Municipal Government
Industrial Development Bureau of Taipei Municipal Government
Public Works Bureau of Taipei Municipal Government
Transportation Bureau of Taipei Municipal Government
Social Bureau of Taipei Municipal Government
Labor Bureau of Taipei Municipal Government
Taipei municipal police station
Health Bureau of Taipei Municipal Government
Environmental Protection Bureau of Taipei Municipal Government
Urban Development Bureau of Taipei Municipal Government
Taipei Municipal Government Fire Station
Culture Bureau of Taipei Municipal Government
Tourism Communication Bureau of Taipei Municipal Government
Taipei Municipal Government Secretariat
Land Administration Office of Taipei Municipal Government
Military service office of Taipei Municipal Government
Personnel Department of Taipei Municipal Government
Accounting Office of Taipei Municipal Government
Office of political conduct of Taipei Municipal Government
Information Office of Taipei Municipal Government
Aboriginal Affairs Committee of Taipei Municipal Government
Regulations Committee of Taipei Municipal Government
Research and development assessment committee of Taipei Municipal Government
Urban Planning Committee of Taipei Municipal Government
Appeal Committee of Taipei Municipal Government
Hakka Affairs Committee of Taipei Municipal Government
Directly affiliated institutions
Civil Service Training Office of Taipei Municipal Government
Taipei Water Supply Office
Taipei feicui Reservoir Administration
Rapid Transit Engineering Bureau of Taipei Municipal Government
Taipei Mass Rapid Transit Co., Ltd
Current mayor: Ke Wenzhe
Ke Wenzhe (August 6, 1959 -), a non Party member, was born in Hsinchu City, Hsinchu County, Taiwan.
At present, he is the director of the Department of trauma medicine in NTU Hospital. He is also a professor in NTU Medical College, specializing in trauma, surgical critical care, first aid, organ transplantation, ECMO, artificial organs, etc.
Influenced by his teacher Zhu Shuxun, Ke Wenzhe chose surgery. After graduation, he began to work in emergency and intensive care. He went to the University of Minnesota to study artificial liver as a surgical researcher. Because of his occupation, he was nicknamed Ke P and KP.
Ke Wenzhe, a well-known "Pro Bian" figure, has repeatedly advocated Chen Shui Bian's medical parole, and has publicly expressed his "dark green" position. He also said that the two sides should "know, understand, respect and cooperate with each other.".
Besides medical treatment, Ke Wenzhe has also been interviewed by the media and participated in political commentary programs for many times. In the 2014 Taipei mayor election, Ke Wenzhe ran as a non Party member and won the support of the Democratic Progressive Party and the Taiwan Federation party.
On December 17, 2014, Ke Wenzhe was shortlisted as Taiwan's "top ten news figures of 2014".
On November 29, 2014, he defeated KMT candidate Lien Shengwen with 58.2% of the votes, won the Taipei mayor election, and was elected the next Taipei mayor. He took office on December 25 and began his four-year term.
Criticism from members
Beijing, May 29 (Xinhua) according to Taiwan's "United Daily News", the Taipei municipal building, which is more than 20 years old, is one of the oldest buildings in the Xinyi planning area. In order to transform it into a "smart building", the Taipei municipal government plans to build it. However, Taipei City Councilor Xu Hongting criticized that the second reserve fund of more than 200 million yuan (New Taiwan dollars, the same below) for the renovation plan of the municipal building was "saving small money and spending large money".
Taipei municipal building covers a vast area, with a total floor area of 197000 square meters, nearly 60000 square meters. In terms of management and maintenance, it is entrusted by manufacturers and centralized management and unified scheduling. The responsible authorities are divided to supervise nearby, and competitions are held regularly to encourage all employees to participate in the public affairs of the building.
After Taipei city was changed into a "hospital governed city", the population has increased greatly, and the municipal services are various. The former site of the city government can only accommodate more than 1000 employees, and there are many agencies scattered around to rent houses for office, which makes it very inconvenient for the public to negotiate with the government and its subordinate agencies to coordinate management. In order to give full play to the overall performance of the city government and strengthen the service efficiency for the people, the municipal building was born.
The municipal building is 12 storeys high and 2 storeys underground. It is an open office. There are more than 30 agencies stationed in the building, and the number of employees is about 6000. In addition, there are more than 10000 people going in and out of the building every day
Address: No.1 Shifu Road, Xinyi District, Taipei, Taiwan, China
Address: No.1 Shifu Road, Xinyi District, Taipei
Tel. + 886-2-27208889
Traffic information: near Taipei MRT - Pannan line - municipal government station (about 9 minutes walk)
Ticket information: Free
Opening hours: 12:00 ~ 14:30, 17:00 ~ 21:00
All year round
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