The leader of Sheffield City Council is to step down from her role next month, she has confirmed.
Labour's Julie Dore has been leader of the council since 2011.
Ms Dore had already said she would not seek re-election in May this year, but stayed on to help the council tackle the coronavirus pandemic after the local elections were postponed.
She will remain as councillor for the Park and Arbourthorne Ward until May 2021, when her term expires.
The Labour group in the city said a new leader will be elected in December.
Ms Dore said: “As I said when I announced I would not be seeking re-election, it has been such a great honour to serve my community as a councillor for 20 years and the city that I love as leader of the council for nearly 10 years.
"I have always said that for me Sheffield is the best place in the world, I have lived here all my life, raised my family here and there is no where else I would ever want to live."