The Treasury Office at City Hall will be closed on Monday, June 5 until 1 p.m. for a departmental meeting. During the closure payments can be placed in the drop box at City Hall or made online or by phone.
Curbside bulk trash collection will take place in June for city residents. Find full details and schedule at kalamazoocity.org/bulktrash.
The City of Kalamazoo was incorporated as a commission-manager form of government in 1918. The City Commission is elected by the people of Kalamazoo and serves as the legislative and governing body of the city.
The City Commission appoints a City Manager to serve as the Chief Administrative Officer for the city. The City Manager is responsible for all administrative appointments, the delivery of services to Kalamazoo residents, and the day-to-day management of the city government. The relationship between the City Manager and City Commission is similar to that between a Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer.
The City Assessor, City Attorney, Internal Auditor, and City Clerk are also appointed and report directly to the City Commission.
Information about Kalamazoo's elected representatives: the Mayor, Vice Mayor, and City Commissioners.
Learn about Kalamazoo's advisory boards and commissions.
Review City of Kalamazoo budgets and financial reports.
View Kalamazoo's City Charter, which defines the organization, function, and powers of city government.
Review local laws, procedures, administrative responsibilities, and more.
Learn about the departments and offices that make up our Kalamazoo's city government.
Find current hours, locations, and other information about the City of Kalamazoo's facilities.
Learn about programs and initiatives of the City of Kalamazoo, its partners, and members of our community.
Request public documents from the City of Kalamazoo under the Freedom of Information Act.