Mark Steenbergh (born January 12 1955) is an American politician from Michigan. He was Mayor of Warren, Michigan over three terms from November 7 1995 to November 9 2007. He first ran for Mayor while still Macomb County Commissioner. He had been on the Macomb County Board of Commissioners since before 1993.
He was elected to his second and third term after being charged with a single count of racial intimidation and another count of misdemeanor assault in 1996. The charges result from an altercation with an African American named John Harris.
Steenbergh was recognized for his service in an addition to the Congressional record in 2000 by Representative Sander M. Levin.
Steenbergh was released on $25,000 personal bond. In 2005 a former firefighter sued him and his Deputy Mayor, Mike Greiner, for defamation. The firefighter stipulated that he had been falsely accused of collecting pay while out of state.
During his final term as Warren mayor his daughter was arrested in a traffic stop. Shortly before leaving office in 2007 he spoke out against Iraqi immigrants moving to Warren. In 2007 Warren still limited Mayors to three terms.
He was a Macomb County public works official until he was fired by Candice Miller in 2017.