By the City of Maumee’s charter, adopted in July, 1951, the municipal service delivery functions of City are organized under four City Departments: Finance, Law, Public Safety, and Public Service. The responsibilities of each department are segregated by division and are assigned as follows.
Finance – income tax administration, water and sewer utility billing, general accounting and finance functions, accounts receivable and payable, human resources, insurance and risk management functions, computer information technology services, and general clerical support services for the City.
Law – general legal representation of the City, advises the Mayor and Council on all legal matters, provides legal advice to members of the City’s administration necessary to the discharge of their duties, and responsible for the office of the City Prosecutor.
Public Safety – all customary Police (includes Animal Control), Fire, and Ambulance / EMS services for the City. Additionally, the Department also performs building, zoning, and nuisance abatement functions through the Building and Zoning Inspection Division.
Public Service – road maintenance (including plowing and salting), storm water drainage, traffic control signals and signage, water and sanitary sewer services, parks and recreation, refuse / recycling, and leaf collection.