The city manager is appointed by the city commission and is the city's chief administrative officer. The manager is responsible for implementing city policy as determined by the city commission, providing day-to-day operations and leadership for the various city departments, and representing the city to the community and other agencies and groups.
The city manager's office accepts and forwards messages for the mayor of Royal Oak, who is elected to the part-time position by the majority of registered voters of Royal Oak.
The city manager's office is located on the second floor of City Hall.
2022-2025 Strategic Plan
As part of the annual budget process, the city commission identifies goals and objectives to be accomplished. In March 2022, city staff and the city commission engaged in a planning process to identify these goals and objectives. Learn more.
Results of Citizen Survey
The city manager's office biennially facilitates a public opinion survey conducted by Cobalt Community Research. The most recent survey was presented to the Royal Oak City Commission on Monday, March 22, 2021.