- City Administration
It is the mission of the Piperton City Administration to provide effective, fiscally responsible municipal services of the highest quality, consistent with the resources available to us. Our mission is to allocate such resources fairly to meet the needs of the community as a whole and the needs of the City organization, in a manner which promotes a high standard of efficiency and quality of life.
The City Manager, in accordance with the city charter, serves as the administrative head of the municipal government under the direction and supervision of the Board of Commissioners.
The primary duties of the City Manager includes:
- Serving as an advisor to the Mayor and Board of Commissioners on policy matters impacting Piperton's community and the city organization
- Enacting policies and procedures to efficiently and effectively carry out the Mayor and Board of Commissioners' directives
- Supporting the information and policy-making needs of the Mayor and Board of Commissioners and implementing their decisions
- Appointing the city department directors
- Supervision of all municipal departments and functions
- Ensuring that city services are performed to the highest standard in accordance with the Mayor and Board of Commissioners' goals and policies
- Preparation, management, and implementation of the annual budgets for the city
The City Recorder is the keeper of the community archives and is responsible for the preservation and management of official records.
The primary duties of the City Recorder includes:
- Keeping the proceedings of meetings, public hearings, and formal actions of the Mayor and Board of Commissioners
- Managing and preserving the official records and papers of the City
- Administering oaths and acting as a public notary
Human Resources is responsible for administering the City's human resources management system, including labor relations, benefits administration, and staff development, and for providing personnel support services to all City departments.
The City of Piperton ensures compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; 49 CFR, part 21; related statutes and regulations to the end that no person shall be excluded from participation in or be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Transportation on the grounds of race, color, sex, or national origin.