The City Recorder’s Office administers municipal legislative processes and is the central point for the public to obtain information regarding these processes. The Recorder’s office is responsible for preserving historical records of the city, recording and keeping documents and properly indexed records relative to the functions of the City. The Recorder serves as the City’s Election Officer and is responsible to coordinate and supervise municipal elections. The Recorder prepares agenda packets and coordinates the public hearings for City Council meetings, attends and maintains record of such meetings, handles all requests for records under GRAMA. The Recorder’s Office also handles processes related to subdivision recording and business & dog licensing.
Human Resources (HR) is responsible for the attraction, selection, training, and retention of city employees. The HR Representative is also responsible for overseeing organizational culture, and ensuring compliance with employment and labor laws.
The City Attorney is responsible for all aspects of civil municipal representation. He advises the Mayor and Council in policy formulation, and provides legal advice as needed.
The City Administrator serves as the Chief Administrative Officer of the City. Responsibilities include day-to-day administration of City operations, implementation of policies received from the Governing Body, and supervising the City staff.