Ana Bailao issued a tweet Thursday morning with her announcement.
Bailao has been a councillor for the City of Toronto for 12 years with a focus on affordable housing.
“Most of all, I am humbled and grateful by the confidence and trust you have placed in me as your representative,” Bailao continued. “From new parks, to a new library, new community centres and creating hundreds of new affordable housing homes, we worked together to move our wonderful community forward.”
Meanwhile, anyone looking to run for mayor, city council or school board trustees has until Aug. 19 to register nomination papers.
Toronto’s municipal election is set for Oct. 24, as are all other municipal elections across Ontario.