Town Council

The Cumberland Town Council is the legislative and executive body of the town, making key decisions for our community. Council members are elected to four-year terms, each representing a district within the town (click here to view the district map). The Town Council appoints the Town Manager and members to various Boards and Commissions, ensuring smooth town operations. Each year, the Council elects a President and Vice President. Meetings are held on the first and third Wednesdays of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of Town Hall at 11501 E. Washington Street. We encourage you to contact your elected officials with any questions or concerns, and we welcome you to attend council meetings to stay involved in our community’s future. 

Meet the Town Council


Joe350


Joe Siefker | District 5
Town Council  President
Joe has been a resident of Cumberland since 2003 when he moved his family here. He has served on the council for 16 years and feels privileged to serve the town for those years.

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Breck350



Breck Terheide | District 4

Town Council Vice President
Breck was elected to serve District 4 in 2020. Prior to that, he also served on the Police Commission. He feels privileged to be able to serve, support, and celebrate the hardworking residents who make Cumberland such a great place to live.

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Ed350

Edward Loud | District 1
Town Council Member
In 2017 Ed helped to save the German Church from becoming a gas station. After his work in saving this historic building, he was encouraged by his friends to run for a vacant council position in 2019. Ed loves Cumberland's small-town feel and its potential to become an even better place to live. 

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Mike350

Mike Wolski | District 2
Town Council Member
Mike was appointed to serve as a council member for District 2 in 2022. He has lived in Cumberland his entire life and loves to call it home. 

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Anna 
Anna Pea | District 3
Town Council Member
Elected in 2012 but serving the town for over 26 years, Anna has been honored to be a part of improving the quality of life, along with being fiscally responsible for the Citizens of Cumberland.

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