The mission of the City Manager is to provide professional advice and guidance to the Mayor and the Adak City Council, act as the City’s representative regarding state and federal issues, and manage city services in an efficient manner, while ensuring that the public is included and informed throughout government processes. Comprised of an office staff of three, it oversees the daily operation of all of the departments and divisions of the City that have a combined annual budget in excess of $1.5 million.
The City Manager works to achieve the goals and directions set by the City Council and ensures that the policy direction set by the City Council is implemented. The City Manager is also responsible for administering and overseeing the day-to-day functions, activities, and services provided by City government ensuring that the City’s delivery of public services is provided in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
The City Manager serves as a resource to the Mayor and City Council on issues before the body, such as capital projects, fisheries and legal issues. The department also manages city-sponsored special projects and events, and monitors federal and state fisheries data and legislation having the potential to impact Adak.
City Manager: Layton J. Lockett
Office: (907) 592-4500