Contact information for all city departments, committees, and boards.
FINANCIAL ADVISOR SERVICES. The City of Gaylord is requesting proposals for financial advisor services related to debt issuance, investment management, economic development, and financial and debt management from experienced firms. For information regarding the Request for Proposal, please contact City Administrator Kevin McCann at firstname.lastname@example.org or access the information from the City of Gaylord web site at www.exploregaylord.org. Proposals are due by 3:00 p.m., Wednesday, January 28, 2015.
Budget Overview – Click link above for more specific details.
City Budgets Have 3 Main Funds:
1. The General Fund of the city is the core fund that finances standard
• General Government (City Council, Admin., Professional Services)
• Public Safety (fire, police)
• Parks and Recreation (Parks, recreation, library)
Expenses are paid for by several forms of revenue, such as:
• Intergovernmental – County Road Aid
• Grants, fines, fees, Misc. Rev.
2. The Enterprise Funds cover other city services:
Department expenses are paid for by the revenues that each utility takes
in, in monthly water/sewer/refuse/storm water bills or fees for service.
These funds also include debt service.
3. The Special Funds contain money budgeted for certain operations and
‘savings accounts’ for specific equipment purchases.
•Fire Department – equipment/vehicles
•Cemetery – operations
•Police Department – equipment/vehicles
•Revolving Loan – operations
•Ambulance Department – operations
•Fire Department Operating Fund – operations
With winter here, it is important to remind residents and visitors of the winter parking ordinance. We hope everyone has a safe and trouble free winter.
There is no parking between 2:00 AM and 6:00 AM in the downtown.
No motor vehicle shall be parked on any public street, until it has been plowed, when there has been an accumulation of new snow to a depth of two or more inches.
In the event that a motor vehicle is not moved off a public street by 9:00 a.m. after there has been an accumulation of new snow to a depth of two or more inches or is parked in the downtown business district from 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. or is parked in a city-owned parking lot between the hours of 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m., the vehicle shall be ticketed by the Police Department. Second offenses involving the same vehicle shall be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.