City Manager's Office

About the City Manager's Office

The city manager is the chief administrative officer for the City of Fraser and is appointed by the City Council. It is his responsibility to carry out the policies established by the council. The manager is also charged with the administrative direction of all city departments. The manager oversees and coordinates departmental functions and acts as a liaison between supervisory personnel and the council.


Managerial duties also include preparing the annual budget, overseeing the collective bargaining process, addressing residents' concerns, and developing possible solutions to the problems that arise in the course of day-to-day operations.   The city manager's immediate office personnel includes the city clerk. This office also provides staff support for the City Council. The office undertakes special projects, handles citizens' inquiries and requests for service, and communicates with residents, businesses, the media, other municipal governments, and state and federal agencies. The city manager approves key purchases and is responsible for all personnel actions.

Meet with the Interim City Manager

The city manager maintains an "open door policy" and will gladly meet with anyone wishing to speak with him. Please contact the City Manager's Office at (586) 293-3100.