Functions performed at this location are administration, code enforcement, municipal court, public works, and law enforcement.
City of Dellwood Form of Government
The City of Dellwood is a fourth class city under Missouri Law with a Mayor-Council-Administrator form of government, whereby the Mayor and Board of Aldermen adopt and amend the policies of the city, and the City Administrator and city staff are responsible for carrying those policies out and implementing city programs.
Under this form of government, the City Administrator is the Chief Administrative Officer of the city, and serves at the pleasure of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen. In this position, the City Administrator supervises the general day-to-day operations of the city, and is generally responsible for carrying out all lawful policies established by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen, and coordinating the activities of all departments and offices of the city. The City Administrator's duties also include submitting the city's annual budget for the approval of the Board of Aldermen, and administering personnel programs for the city, including the appointment, promotion or discharge of city employees.
The Board of Alderman meet:
The second Monday of each month
Board Room of the City Hall, 1415 Chambers Road, Dellwood, MO 63135
The meetings are open to the public. All citizens are encouraged to attend.