The City of Castle Hills operates under a council-manager form of government. The City Manager is appointed by and serves at the pleasure of the city council, which is the governing body responsible for setting policy. The City Manager assists the council in identifying policy agenda and provides recommendations to city council.
This form of government most closely resembles the private sector with the city manager serving as the Chief Executive Officer, the Mayor as the Chairman of the Board, and the Council as the Board of Directors.
The City Manager handles the general administration of the City and executes the policies and objectives of the city council, and oversees the day-to-day operation of the city by coordinating all city department activities and functions.
Overall direction and coordination of the city to provide services and projects in an efficient manner
Plan and execute a multi-million dollar budget
Appoint professionals to direct departments responsible for a wide variety of premier services provided to the community
Coordinate with community organizations and individuals to ensure the City is responsive to the community needs and concerns
Dedicated to addressing financial challenges in a prudent and responsible manner, while maintaining critical services the community deserve
Annual City Budgets
The city’s annual budget is public record, and current and past budgets can be viewed in our Archive Center.
The City’s annual audit is public record. You can view the Annual Audits in our Archive Center.