The City Manager's office is responsible for carrying out the policies of the City Council and managing the City's departments and program activities.
The City Manager's Office plays a crucial role in local governance by implementing City Council policies, directing various city departments and administrative functions, and providing daily leadership in policy development and implementation. Additionally, they ensure the efficient and equitable delivery of essential city services, oversee budgetary processes, and manage inter-governmental relations and public information functions. Furthermore, the office takes charge of initiating and developing both short and long-term special projects, as well as directing significant economic development initiatives, all aimed at enhancing the well-being of the community and its residents.
The City of Richmond is pleased to announce the settlement of five lawsuits challenging the City’s ordinance prohibiting and phasing out coal and petroleum coke (“petcoke”) storage and handling. Read more about Lawsuits