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Safeguards the city's assets, ensures cost-effectiveness and provides purchasing and financial support to the city's operating departments.
The Communications Department includes strategic communications, Community 12TV, media relations; public education, crisis communications, website and social media management.
The Department of Sustainable Development is creating a seamless experience for those looking to grow a business, plan future developments, build a home, or engage in their community.
GFR protects and serves our neighbors through community involvement, education, prevention and rapid intervention by professionals committed to excellence.
The Gainesville Police Department is a full-service, community oriented law enforcement agency dedicated to partnering with our neighbors to prevent crime and bring criminals to justice.
The department manages the city's stormwater drainage, roadways, mosquito control, garbage and recycling as well as its award-winning urban forest management division and clean water partnership.
The City of Gainesville employs more than 2,200 individuals across its two major employment divisions — General Government and the City of Gainesville’s utility service provider, Gainesville Regional Utilities.
City agency working to revitalize neighborhoods and increase affordable housing opportunities for both owners and renters in Gainesville.
The City of Gainesville’s Risk Management Department is responsible for the administration of workplace benefits, insurance and employee health services.
The Strategy, Planning & Innovation Department helps define the city's vision, and manages strategic projects to bring this vision to life.
The Gainesville Community Reinvestment Area invests in underserved areas of Gainesville in an effort to revitalize the urban core, improve the quality of life and help our local economy grow and thrive.
Wild Spaces & Public Places (WSPP) is a voter approved sales tax used to acquire environmentally sensitive lands and to create, improve and maintain parks and recreational facilities.
Making Gainesville a great place to live, work and play through arts and cultural programming, and more than 3,200 acres of parks, recreation spaces, natural areas and community centers.
Manages the city's multi-modal transportation network and parking systems to enhance the quality of life for Gainesville neighbors.
Beginning with the selection of a chief climate officer in January 2023, the City of Gainesville looks to bring together its climate initiatives and get residents involved.