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Council Approves Moving City’s Risk Management Functions to City Manager’s Office

Published on Tuesday, May 14, 2024 | 4:29 am
 

The City Attorney will prepare and return an ordinance within 60 days that centralizes the City’s Risk Management functions within the City Manager’s office.

The City Manager’s Office is completing the process of centralizing the City’s traditional risk management functions within the City Manager’s Office.

These functions include the safety and workers’ compensation divisions, formerly housed within the Human Resources Department, and the Citywide Americans with Disabilities Act accessibility program, formerly housed within the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department, that have now transitioned into the City Manager’s Office.

The final component of this transition is the liability claims and insurance division, currently housed within the City Attorney’s Office, which will transition to the City Manager’s Office at the commencement of fiscal year 2025.

The foregoing divisions, combined with a newly established enterprise risk management section, will comprise a new Risk Management Division of the City Manager’s Office.

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