- MRA shall be governed by a Steering Committee, consisting of at least 5 and no more than 15 members, the exact number to be fixed by resolution of the Steering Committee at the last meeting of the year. Any change in the composition of the Steering Committee shall be reflected on the MRA website and communicated at the next general meeting. The Steering Committee shall comprise both officers and committee heads.
- MRA Officers shall be: Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, and Treasurer.
- The MRA Chair is responsible for presiding at all meetings of the Steering Committee and all general MRA meetings, as well as directing the business of the MRA. The Chair is MRA's primary liaison to the city council, city staff, and other residents' associations. The Chair is also responsible for upholding the bylaws, policies, and positions of the association and for representing the association at outside meetings.
- The Vice-Chair assists the chairperson and, when the Chair is unavailable, performs the duties of the Chair. The Vice-Chair may be delegated a lead role for special projects as needed.
- The Secretary takes minutes of the meetings and records the follow-up items for the Steering Committee. The secretary may provide assistance in Steering Committee correspondence or other related activities.
- The Treasurer receives and safely maintains funds of the MRA, prepares and presents regular financial reports for the Steering Committee. As directed by the Steering Committee, the treasurer also disburses MRA funds to individuals for expenses incurred on behalf of MRA.
- Committees are established and Committee Heads are appointed by a majority vote of the Steering Committee. All Committee Heads will make periodic reports at meetings or in writing. Standing committees may include Traffic, Communications; Events, Membership, Zoning, Beautification/Art, Business. Current committees and their heads shall be listed on the MRA web site.
- Traffic: monitors issues of relevance to Midtown, provides information to residents in meetings, on the website, or other appropriate means.
- Communications: maintains and enhances the MRA web site, produces the quarterly MRA newsletter and other communication, including eNews and the Garden Network.
- Events: manages logistics and publicity of events, and coordinates with others to invite the community to activities sponsored or co-sponsored by MRA.
- Membership: maintain and increase the membership and awareness of MRA.
- Zoning: monitors and responds to zoning issues of relevance to Midtown.
- Beautification/Art: encourages improvement in the appearance of Midtown.
- Business Relations: liaison between Steering Committee and MRA business. Keeps informed of issues of interest to local business and Midtown. Establish/maintain relationship with businesses in Midtown. Work with Steering Committee members to enhance MRA relationship with business.
- Water-related issues: monitors and responds to issues such as flooding, creek control, storm drains, drought.