Owosso City Services are organized in accordance with an administrative plan adopted by the City Council. The administrative plan provides for 14 offices and departments each of which is headed by an administrative officer or department director. These offices and departments are responsible for providing the services that citizens traditionally associate with city government – police protection, fire suppression, emergency medical response, street and park maintenance, and water and wastewater utilities, among others – as well as for the support services necessary to carry out these functions. All administrative officers and department directors are appointed by and report to the city manager except for the city attorney, who is appointed by the city council.
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