Major responsibilities include:
- Develop and manage the City’s $100 million budget and capital improvement projects (in conjunction with the Financial Services Department).
- Assist other departments with annual Goal setting.
- Administer programs and policies of City Council.
- Provide support to citizens by serving as liaison to the cable television and waste management franchisees, and other businesses, community organizations and governmental agencies.
- Monitor state and federal legislation.
- Conduct and coordinate policy research.
- Oversee website, media relations and graphic design projects.
In light of the considerable amount of misinformation being generated concerning the City of Plantation’s efforts to address public safety risks caused by the the Hyatt “Extreme Christmas” holiday display, the City wishes to inform the public about this matter.
February 3, 2016 Mayor’s Council (Parks & Recreation Presentation)
October 14, 2015 Mayor’s Council (Public Works Presentation)
June 17, 2015 Mayor’s Council (Utilities Department Presentation)
February 4, 2015 Mayor’s Council (Police Department Presentation)
October 1, 2014 Mayor’s Council
June 18, 2014 Mayor’s Council
February 5, 2014 Mayor’s Council
The City of Plantation is proud to announce that it has been once again recognized as an American Heart Association “Fit Friendly Platinum Worksite.” The American Heart Association recognizes employers who go above and beyond when it comes to their employees’ health. They want to reward organizations for their progressive leadership and concern for their staff. The Fit-Friendly program recognizes employers who champion the health of their employees and work to create a culture of physical activity and health in the workplace.
Plantation was selected as one of 7 cities, along with Broward County, to be recognized as a 2015 Healthy Weight Community Champion! We applied for the recognition through the Florida Department of Health’s “Healthiest Weight Florida” initiative.
“Healthiest Weight Florida” is a public-private collaboration bringing together state agencies, not-for-profit organizations, businesses and communities to help Florida’s children and adults make consistent, informed choices about healthy eating and active living.
Between August and December, local governments were invited to submit best practice policies they have implemented in their jurisdictions. The Florida Department of Health is recognizing 65 communities throughout Florida, which is up from 38 last year.
Other cities in Broward County that were recognized are: Coconut Creek, Deerfield Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, Oakland Park, Weston and Pembroke Park.