The City Manager is appointed by, and serves at the pleasure of, the City
Council. While City Council is responsible for setting policy for the City of
Thornton, the City Manager is in charge of the day-to-day operations of the
City, including hiring and supervising City staff.
Thornton's Acting City Manager is Jeff Coder.
Staff in the City Manager's Office develop solutions to community problems and
deal with issues such as growth and transportation. They also coordinate
intergovernmental agreements with other cities, school districts, regional
groups and similar entities.
Divisions in the City Manager's Office
City records, liquor licensing, election and voter registration, coordinating City Council meeting documentation, and Board and Commission applications.
Management and Budget Office
The Management and Budget Office is responsible for coordinating
the City's budget process. It provides policy and resource management
information and research to the City Manager, Council, and management staff;
assembles and manages the City’s operating and capital budgets; reviews costs,
benefits and services; and monitors spending and performance of City
One important result of this work is the annual budget, made
available on this page.
Please note: The full budget document is quite large. The
time required to download it on a slow internet connection may be prohibitive.
For your convenience, the document is broken out into easily downloadable
sections. These documents are in .PDF format and require the user to have a PDF Reader
installed on their computer in order to read them. Download free Adobe Reader.