The Administration Department is responsible for staff supervision and support, implementing adopted policies, preparing and maintaining City Council meeting agendas and minutes, adopted ordinances, resolutions and contracts. This department also offers public information and citizen assistance, personnel administration, and city representation in various agencies, councils and organizations. The City’s Administration is committed to expanding the quality of life in our community.
The City Administrator is appointed by the Mayor as authorized by the City Council for an indefinite term. The major duties of the City Administrator include: supervising and coordinating the activities of the city departments; attending Council meetings and making recommendations on appropriate matters of business; ascertaining that all orders and policies of the City Council are implemented; recommending the annual budget; keeping the City Council advised on the financial condition of the city; and representing the city in business with other agencies.
Citizens are encouraged to contact the City Administrator with any questions or comments they may have regarding the operations of the City. The City is committed to providing the very best customer service possible with the resources available.
Assistant City Administrator
The City Assistant City Administrator is appointed by the City Administrator to provide support and leadership on various City projects and initiatives. The major duties include: attending Council meetings and advising as appropriate; keeping the City Administrator advised on project statuses; receiving and responding to questions and comments from citizens; performing policy research and development; and representing the City in business with other agencies.
The City Clerk serves as clerk of the Council and is appointed by the Council, upon the recommendation of the city administrator, for an indefinite term. The major duties of the City Clerk include: keeps all records of City Council; prepares, authenticates, and records ordinances and resolutions; keeps elections records; notifies Council of impending expiration of the term of office of board and commission members; keeps the official seal of the city.
The City Attorney is appointed by Mayor and City Council. The City Attorney provides legal counsel to the Mayor, City Council, and City Administrator, operating departments and boards and commissions.