The City Administrator is responsible for managing City staff and day to day City operations, serves as liaison to Mayor, the City ombudsman, the public information officer, and provides financial oversight.
The city treasurer is charged with the care and safekeeping of the city's public funds and records of the city. The treasurer is the caretaker of the official seal of the city. The office also guides the efforts of the yearly budget and reporting of the funds to the council.
Geographic Information System is a technology that allows the user to produce and interact with many types of maps. GIS uses hardware, software and data for capturing, managing, analyzing and displaying all forms of geographically referenced information.
In order for a GIS to work it requires data input. The data in a GIS is created in what are called GIS Layers. Each layer represents a group of common information. Some examples of GIS Layers that are used in the GIS of Teton County and the city include: zoning, the land use plan, elementary school boundaries, voting precincts, polling locations, parks, forest service lands, wetlands maps, environmentaly sensitive areas, school properties, property lines, county parcels, water lines, sewer lines, PI lines, existing trails, planned trails, airphotos of the city, roads, and much more.
Planning and Zoning
Planning and Zoning Administrator is an appointment of the mayor by the majority vote of the council. The administrator accepts applications for permits, assists the public in understanding of the ordinances, investigates possible violations of the zoning ordinance, and guides the Planning and Zoning Commission in the execution of it's duties.
Public Works Department
The council is responsible for the supervision of streets, bridges, parks, water, sewer, and irrigation systems of the city. The council also appoints one to oversee the maintenance of the city infrastructure.