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Administrative Forms & Reports

Director of Administrative Services
City Clerk
Nanci G. Mills
530-795-4910 x101
nanci.mills@cityofwinters.org

Management Analyst
Tracy Jensen
530-795-4910 x102
tracy.jensen@cityofwinters.org

Records Clerk
Karla Jenkins
530-795-4910 x100
karla.jenkins@cityofwinters.org

 

The Administrative Services Department prepares City Council Agendas and records the minutes, conducts elections, maintains City records, administers the advisory body appointment process, codifies ordinances, receives claims against the City, coordinates legal publications posting, and advertising, administers oaths, and serves as Secretary to the City Council.

The Administrative Services Department is also responsible for conducting a comprehensive personnel management program to attract and retain competent City employees.

The Administrative Services Director is responsible for recruiting, testing, classifying, evaluation, and training employees, evaluating employee salaries, administering the City’s personnel rules and affirmative action program, and directing the City’s risk management program.

Administrative Services Forms:

Appeal Form (PDF)

Application of Interest in Appointed Positions (PDF)

Amplified Sound Permit Application (PDF)

Claim Form (PDF)

Complaint Form (PDF)

Guide to Winters Municipal Government (PDF)

Government Channel Message Request Form (PDF)

Parade Permit Application (PDF)

Planning Commission Duties (PDF)

Special Event Application (PDF)

Special Event Guide (PDF)

Street Closure Request Form (PDF)

Winters Board/Commission Procedure Handbook (PDF)

Business License forms can be found here.

Reports and Publications:

2014 Winters Police Department Annual Report (PDF)

Municipal Code – Keyword Searchable (External Link)

Ordinance 2007-04 regarding Stopping, Standing & Parking (PDF)

 

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