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Most City offices will be closed Nov. 23-24 for Thanksgiving. There will be no trash pickup on Thanksgiving Day. Residents whose scheduled pickup day is Thursday will receive service Friday, Nov. 24. Residents whose normal collection day is Friday will receive service Saturday, Nov. 25. Commercial customers whose normal collection day is Thursday will instead receive service either Wednesday or Friday. FMI: http://bit.ly/2juUKIk

The Human Resources Department ensures all personnel policies adopted by the City Council are carried out in an equitable manner and to provide for the City's compliance with state and federal statutes involving personnel management.

The goals and philosophy are to provide for proper authority and responsibility involving policy and procedure; to standardize the administration of personnel matters; to provide a personnel management process that will facilitate the efficient and economical service to the public involving recruitment, selection and fair treatment; to ensure equal employment to all individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or political affiliation, to affirm an equitable and impartial personnel policy; and provide for every employee the opportunity to advance and realize their maximum potential.

The Risk Management Division also falls under the umbrella of Human Resources.

Increasing salaries for City employees remains one of the City Council's five approved priorities. Click here to learn more.

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