Steven Hicks is a life-long resident of Fredericton, and he’s devoted much of that life to helping others while working for over 25 years in the Criminal Justice / Social Justice field. Coun. Hicks is currently employed by the Provincial Government as a probation officer with the Department of Public Safety.
He was first elected to Council in May 2008 and is currently serving his fourth term, having been re-elected in May 2021. He served as Deputy Mayor for the City of Fredericton for three years and Chaired the Governance & Civic Engagement Committee. Steve also served as the City Council representative on the Joint Land Development Committee, tasked with preparing a Site Economic Vitality Plan for the Exhibition Grounds in Downtown Fredericton.
In his past roles, he was chair of the Negotiations Committee and the Community Services Committee. He was a member of the Killarney Lake Master Plan Advisory Committee, a Director on the Board for the Ville Cooperative, and a Board Member for the Fredericton Exhibition (FREX).
Coun. Hicks graduated from Fredericton High School, and then from St. Thomas University in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Criminology & Psychology. He’s a former player and coach of the Fredericton Senior Royals Baseball Club.
Coun. Hicks lives in Marysville with his wife, Angela, and their two daughters.