Nicholas C. Mimms is the City Manager of the City of Fort Pierce. Mr. Mimms is the chief executive officer and administrative head of the municipal government and is responsible to the City Commission for the proper administration of all affairs of the City of Fort Pierce.
He was named City Manager in December 2015 after serving three (3) years as Deputy City Manager. Initially, Mr. Mimms joined the City of Fort Pierce as a Project Engineer in 1998 and has served in several capacities to include Stormwater Engineer, Deputy Director of Public Works, Director of Public Works, and Director of the Fort Pierce Redevelopment Agency
Mr. Mimms earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degree from the University of Central Florida and has subsequently been designated as a licensed Professional Engineer by the Florida Board of Professional Engineers, and a Credentialed Manager as determined by the International City/County Management Association. Mr. Mimms is a member of the Florida City and County Management Association, International City/County Management Association, National Forum of Black Public Administrators, American Public Works Association, and Solid Waste Authority of North America.
Mr. Mimms was born and raised in the beautiful City of Fort Pierce and is actively involved in the community.
Economic Development Manager, Shyanne Harnage, MBA, FRA-RP
Shyanne Harnage is the Economic Development Manager for the City of Fort Pierce. Shyanne is dedicated to facilitating community development through business retention, attraction and neighborhood revitalization. As a proud St. Lucie County native, her mission is to spark renewed interest in Fort Pierce and generate sustainable growth that will create opportunities for citizens today and for generations to come.
Shyanne holds a Master of Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University, a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree from Indian River State College and recently became a certified redevelopment professional through the Florida Redevelopment Association. In 2020, Shyanne was named as one of Stuart Magazine’s top 40 under 40 of the Treasure Coast
Special Projects Coordinator, Audria Moore-Wells, PMP
Audria Moore-Wells is the Special Projects Coordinator. Her responsibilities include managing and coordinating a wide variety of complex administrative projects and activities, including those having a City-wide impact. Ms. Moore-Wells has served more than 20 years with the City of Fort Pierce, working with local organizations and businesses to assist our citizens navigate some of the most difficult and challenging times of their lives.
Ms. Moore-Wells holds a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from the University of Florida. She was the lead author of Treasure Coast Black Heritage A Pictorial History and recently she attained certification as a Project Management Professional. Ms. Moore-Wells is a member of the National Forum for Black Public Administrators and Leadership St. Lucie Class 39.
Executive Assistant to the City Manager, Jennifer Robinson
As the Executive Assistant to the City Manager, Jennifer Robinson leads the administrative office and provides the City Manager with primary administrative support. Ms. Robinson also serves as a liaison with the members of the Fort Pierce City Commission and aids the charter officials. She contributes to the achievement of the City's goals and objectives by facilitating day-to-day operations with Department Heads, staff, and citizens. Ms. Robinson was the Executive Assistant in the Finance Department prior to being promoted to her current position.
Redevelopment Specialist, Miriam Garcia
Miriam Garcia is the Redevelopment Specialist for the Fort Pierce Redevelopment Agency (FPRA). Miriam is responsible for coordinating, managing activities and special projects of the FPRA. She works closely with the FPRA Board and the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) Advisory Committee.
Miriam has resided in St Lucie County for over 30 years and is dedicated to helping redevelop the FPRA District by enhancing its visual aesthetics. She works towards achieving the vision of the FPRA plan. The plan includes restoring the neighborhoods, fostering arts and culture, re-setting the economic base, and connecting neighborhoods.
Administrative Assistant, Sara Delgado
Sara Delgado is the Administrative Assistant and assists the City Manager's Office with a number of administrative support responsibilities. In addition to providing the City Manager with additional administrative support, she also assists the Special Projects Coordinator with administrative duties. Ms. Delgado is responsible for the coordination of the Parking Committee meetings. She is a very skilled organizer and enjoys interior decorating.