The City Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the City.
The Administrative Services Director oversees the Finance Department, Human Resources, Payroll, Post Office, Utilities, Information Technology, and Insurance and Risk management.
The Syracuse City Attorney provides the City with a broad range of legal services. The Attorney’s office is responsible for the City’s legal affairs, including serving as legal advisor to the Mayor and City Council, City departments, boards and commissions.
The City Recorder administers elections, handles requests for records, and has oversight of the publication of the City's municipal code.
Community & Economic Development
Community and Economic Development encompasses Planning, Building, and Business. Find applications for licenses and permits, as well as information about relevant ordinances, amendments, and restrictions.
Syracuse Fire Department, Station 31 is the primary responding agency to approximately 9.5 square miles of Syracuse City, 4 square miles of unincorporated Davis County, and 44 square miles of Antelope Island State Park. We provide both fire and ambulance services to our residents, our transient population, as well as mutual aid to our neighboring cities.
The Syracuse City Justice Court handles all Class B or Class C misdemeanors and infractions occurring with the corporate limits of Syracuse City.
Parks & Recreation
Syracuse Parks and Recreation offers a variety of sports, camps, parks, and activities for people of all ages.
Access information about the Syracuse City Police Department.
Access information from the Public Works department regarding water, sewer, and streets.
Utility Billing creates and maintains all customer utility accounts. Customers are billed monthly for usage of culinary water, sewer, garbage, secondary water, storm drain, street lighting, and park maintenance.
Victim advocates are professionals trained to support victims of crime. Advocates offer information, emotional support, and help finding resources.