The City of Eau Claire has a City Manager form of government. The Council is responsible for all legislative actions, determining community needs, establishing priorities and policies, adopting an annual budget and hiring the City Manager.
The City Manager directs the operations of the City to accomplish the goals and objectives set by the Council. The Manager is responsible for carrying out the directives of the City Council and for the hiring and managing of the City staff.
To find out more about the duties and responsibilities of a City Manager, please watch this short video.
Content for Prospective Candidates
More information coming soon.
Content for Residents
The City Manager Search Community Survey will be one of several opportunities for people to take an active role in the search for Eau Claire's next City Manager.
The survey is now CLOSED.
To accommodate the participation of individuals with language barriers, the City will make every effort to provide this survey in a language other than English, upon request. To make such a request, please notify the City Manager's Office at (715) 839-4902.
Para asistencia en otro idioma por favor llame (715) 839-4902.
Yog koj xav tau kev pab thiab lwm hom lus hu rau tus xov tooj no (715) 839-4902.
From Eau Claire Parks, Recreation & Forestry:
It's looking like a rainy week! Make sure you're prepared for the upcoming storms by watching this video from our Water Safety Instructors, Lindsey and Kelsey.
You'll learn how to be prepared for thunderstorms and what to do if you get caught in one. They also included a fun game idea for when you're stuck in the house on a rainy day. This is a video for all ages to enjoy.
We will be posting a video weekly on Mondays at 11am for our Summer Safety Series.
Comment below what your favorite rainy day activity is.
A July 4th ICYMI from Chippewa Valley Museum:
"Kicking off today’s virtual 4th of July celebration is Eau Claire City Council President Terry Weld reading former Eau Claire Mayor Barron’s 1918 Proclamation.
Watch to consider what our local community endured in 1918 and find connections between the past and the present. #cvmuseum #MusuemFromHome #4thofJuly #WeFoundThe4th"
“We look forward to working alongside city staff, the residents of Eau Claire and our community partners in the search and selection of the next city manager. Our intention is to attract diverse, qualified and experienced applicants that share the values and goals of our community.”