Administration Structure & Staff

Administration includes the offices of the City Administrator, Finance Director / Treasurer, City Clerk, and Economic Development Manager.

The department is responsible for the direction, coordination and administration of the day-to-day operations of the city. This includes responsibility for the overall fiscal activities of the city’s operations including:
  • Accounts payable
  • Accounts receivable
  • Budget preparation
  • Investment of idle funds
  • Payroll processing
  • Tax collections


The City Administrator directly supervises the managers of all city departments and is responsible for the administration of all city contracts and preparation and administration of the annual budget and 5-year capital plan for submission to the City Council. The Administration Office is also responsible for elections and voter registration as well as meeting agendas, meeting minutes and other official city documents.
  1. Statement on 2018 Property Taxes

    Soon, the 2018 Property Tax Bills will be sent to residents of the City of Verona. The Property Tax rate will increase by 2.71% for the City’s portion of the bill (increase of $42 on a $272,000 assessed property). Read on...
  2. Promote Recycling in Verona

    Reviewing the last five years of trash and recycling data, it shows the City of Verona residential trash collections increased by 35% while the residential recycled material collected dropped by .5%. Here are tips to recycle in Verona. Read on...
  3. Press Release Regarding the Verona Fire Department

    In response to a media release from Fire Fighter Local 311, the following is a press release from Mayor Diaz Read on...
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