Enacts ordinances, sets policies, and develops an annual Legislative Agenda for the City of Tucson.
Oversees the city budget and capital improvements program.
Holds weekly council meetings to address issues and concerns in the community.
Responds to constituents' concerns at neighborhood meetings, through written correspondence, and telephone communication, and staff assistance.
Serves on Mayor and Council Subcommittees to deal with specific issues such as public safety, youth and family issues, and community services. A subcommittee is composed of three Council Members, including the Mayor.
Fimbres won 2017 re-election with 56,887 votes receiving 94.23% of a total 60,370 total votes. He ran unopposed. Fimbres was first elected in 2009.