Administrative Services provides general administration and the functions of the treasury. The department oversees the City's records retention, business registration and accounting programs. The Information Systems division provides the computer support for the City.
The Development Services Department provides the services that achieve the community's vision by implementing the goals and policies of the City's Comprehensive Plan and through the long range planning and permitting functions that protect the public's life, health, safety and welfare as it relates to land use standards and standard construction practices.
The Executive Department, headed by the City Manager, administers and manages
of the City according to the mission, policies and guidelines adopted by the
City Council. Human resources, City Clerk, and communications are functions
of the Executive Department.
Police protection for City of Woodinville residents and businesses is provided
through a contract with King County Sheriff's Office to provide the widest
possible range of police services, from routine patrol to highly specialized
police teams such as detectives, the K-9 unit, bomb disposal, and fraud and
forgery unit. Emergency police response is coordinated through the 9-1-1
Works and Parks
The Public Works Department provides safe and reliable motorized and non-motorized
facilities, protects and enhances the quality of waterways and habitats, and
maintains the public infrastructure including parks, roadways, sidewalks, street
lighting, traffic signals and signs, storm water systems, and public construction
improvement projects. The Department consists of three divisions: Engineering,
Traffic Management, and Operations and Maintenance (O&M).
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February 28, 2011