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Under Municipal Code Sec. 2-144 the City Administrator has the responsibilities and duties of managing the day-to-day operations of the City. This would be representing the City as an ex-officio to many boards and committees, developing budgets, monitoring fiscal activities, keeping Council informed of various law changes and operational needs, and administering personnel activities.

City Budgets

Common Council adopts an annual budget in the fall of each year for the upcoming fiscal year. 


2024 Budget


2023 Budget


2022 Budget


Capital Improvement Plan (CIP)

The Common Council adopts an annual CIP with a 9 year outlook for long term projects, allowing council to make annual budget plans based on multi-year priorities. Additional projects are listed in the plan, but not yet assigned a year for implementation. The projects and priorities identified in the CIP are a result of public input, department needs, and engineering recommendations for infrastructure and will change over time as costs and priorities change.


2024 to 2032 CIP 


Independent City Financial Audits

The Common Council engages an independent auditor an annual basis to audit the City's financial accounts and procedures. These audits are performed after the end of a budget year and typically presented for review 4 to 6 months after the end of the fiscal year.

2022 Audit


2021 Audit


2020 Audit


2019 Audit


2018 Audit


2017 Audit


2016 Audit


2015 Audit


2014 Audit


Past City Budgets and CIPs

Other Financial Information

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Meet Our Staff


Jason Sergeant

City Administrator