The City Manager's office is responsible for the city's day-to-day operations and oversees city departments. The City Manager and Assistant City Manager are accountable for the overall management of the city's 1,000 employees and $301 million budget.
City Manager - Fred Wilson
Working in a collaborative environment with a team-based approach, the City Manager implements the vision of the City Council. The City Manager assists the members of the City Council in formulating policies and responds to City Council issues and concerns, either directly or through various City staff members, to recommend options and potential solutions.
The City Manager provides professional leadership in the management of the City and is responsible for the coordination of all municipal programs and the executive supervision of all City departments and agencies.
In addition to managing the administrative functions of the City, the City Manager ensures the effective coordination and implementation of public policies, programs, and initiatives by utilizing the talents of ten City departments.
Assistant City Manager - Ken Domer
The Assistant City Manager assists in planning, directing and reviewing the administrative activities and operations of the City including implementing City policies and procedures, participating in major negotiations, coordinating special projects for the City Manager, and coordinating assigned activities with other City departments and outside agencies.
The Assistant City Manager ensures effectiveness of daily operations for assigned city departments and activities, provides management direction by expediting workflow and assuring achievement of departmental work programs through coordination and facilitation of assigned executive management team members.
The Assistant City Manager also acts as the City representative on major projects affecting city government, serves on various external boards and commissions of other agencies to ensure the City's interests are represented.
City Manager's Office
2000 Main Street
Huntington Beach, CA 92648
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City of Huntington Beach
City Manager Office
2000 Main Street
Huntington Beach, CA
Phone: (714) 536-5202
Fax: (714) (714) 536-5233