The City Manager is the chief executive of the city with all staff reporting upward to the City Manager’s Office. The City Manager’s Office runs the day-to-day business of the city, presents policy proposals for City Council consideration and carries out policy direction set by the City Council. The Manager’s Office enforces the ordinances and regulations of the city, and manages personnel policies, including hiring, firing and managing staff. The Manager’s Office also is responsible for the preparation and administration of the city’s annual budget.
(Left to Right) Deputy City Manager Bill Crolley;
Deputy City Manager Anna Doll; City Manager Tom Hart;
former Deputy City Manager Tom Cox; City Secretary Cathy DiMaggio (not pictured: Deputy City Manager Steve Dye)