The City structure is comprised of the following departments: City Hall (Administration), Public Works (including streets, parks, and recreation), Library (separate governing board), Aquatic Center (separate governing board), Fire Department, Police Department, and Conference Center (separate governing board).
The City Council and the Mayor are responsible for adoption of the city budget, adopting ordinances, and general policy making decisions on behalf of the community as a whole.
This office works directly with all public works issues including development of a five-year street improvement plan, five-year capital improvement plan for equipment, the establishment of work plans, and schedules for the public works department.
City Hall has four full-time employees (City Manager, City Clerk, Deputy Clerk, and Assistant Clerk). The offices are open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. City Hall is the custodian of all records of the City and all records are open to the public. City Hall is responsible for accounts payable for all City departments. City Hall receives all monies and records transactions for all departments, including payroll and benefits. City Hall prepares meeting agendas to comply with the open meetings law and records minutes for various city boards, committees, and the City Council.
There are two regular council meetings held each month. Council meetings are held the first and third Tuesday of each month at 5 p.m.
City Hall is responsible for all beer and cigarette licenses as well as other permit type of activities. City Hall is responsible for maintaining a record of solid waste collections and payments to contract haulers. City Hall currently manages access to reserved picnic shelters and the community room.