City of Pittsburg
About the Community
Pittsburg is a culturally diverse community of 70,000 residents located in Northern California at the gateway of North America’s Delta with over 1,000 miles of waterways. The City is situated for easy access to San Francisco, Napa Valley, Sacramento and Lake Tahoe. The city is home to two BART stations making a commute to cities throughout the Bay Area easy. Pittsburg has grown into a pleasant, family friendly community of new and renovated homes, immaculate park system, various recreational facilities including a marina, shopping centers, a historic revived “Old Town”, and new businesses.
About the Organization
The City of Pittsburg is a General Law city operating under a Council-Manager form of government. The City’s Council is composed of five members who are elected at-large for four-year overlapping terms. The Mayor and Vice-Mayor are selected from the Council and each serve a one-year term. Pittsburg is currently organized into the following departments: City Management, Community Development (Building, Engineering, and Planning), Community Services (Housing Authority, Pittsburg Power Company, and the Successor Agency to the former Redevelopment Agency), Economic Development and Recreation, Human Resources, Finance, Police, and Public Works (Operations/Maintenance, Utilities, Facilities, Parks, and Water Treatment). Fire Protection services are provided by the Contra Costa County Consolidated Fire Department. The City has over 260 full-time employees with total revenues of $200,704,000 and General Fund revenues of $40,500,000 for 2017/2018.
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