The City of Genoa’s purpose is “..the peace, order and good governance” of the municipal district as defined in the Local Government Act of 1989. The City of Genoa operates under the Mayor/Aldermanic form of government with an elected Mayor and eight Alderman. The City provides a wide range of services including police protection, water supply, sanitary sewer collection and treatment, stormwater collection, public works operations, road maintenance, building and inspection services, development planning, and general administrative services. In addition to the City Council, the City also has a Plan Commission, Economic Development Commission, Police and Fire Commission, Liquor Commission, Tree Board, Wastewater Treatment Commission, Finance Advisory Board, Downtown Beautification Committee, and Police Pension Board.
The City of Genoa employs approximately 19 full-time employees and 25 part-time employees. The City has four departments: Finance Department, Police Department, Public Works Department, and Community Development as shown in the Organizational Chart. Staff operates out of two locations: the Municipal Building (333 East First Street) and the Public Works Building (100 Madison Street). See the information below to submit a FOIA request.
Fiscal Year Budget
The City of Genoa operates on a May 1- April 30 Fiscal Year Budget. Each year, the City Council is presented with a budget for Administration to operate off of that identifies community needs, special projects, and capital improvements. Below are Fiscal Year budgets of recent years.
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
After the completion of a Fiscal Year, the City of Genoa has an audit performed by an independent firm that specializes in public finance. The firm analyzes the accuracy and completeness of the City’s accounting and finances.
Below are Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports of recent Fiscal Years.
The Treasurer’s report itemizes large expenditures and incomes for employees. The City of Genoa’s Treasurer prepares and presents the report to the City Council after the completion of each Fiscal Year.
In accordance with Section 7.3 of the Open Meetings Act concerning public employee benefits, the total compensation package of all municipal employees that exceeds $75,000 is provided here.
In accordance with Public Act 101-0504, the City of Genoa is providing a link to the IMRF “Employer Cost & Participant” webpage here.
Request for Proposal
- None at this time
It is the policy of the City of Genoa to provide access to its programs and services for persons with disabilities in accordance with Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, as amended. The City does not discriminate on the basis of disability and, upon request, will provide reasonable accommodation to ensure equal access to its programs, services, and activities.
The City of Genoa’s Personnel Manual governs employment-related complaints of disability discrimination and any questions can be directed to the City Administrator. Complaints that a program, service, or activity of the City of Genoa is not accessible to persons with disabilities should be directed to the City’s ADA Coordinator by using the contact information below.
City of Genoa
C/O ADA Coordinator
333 East First Street
Genoa, IL 60135