Fayetteville has a Council-Manager form of government, which means the City Manager leads the administrative functions of the City, while the Mayor and City Council guide the legislative and policy direction of the City. Together with City staff, they work to maintain and improve the quality of life enjoyed by Fayetteville residents.
The City Manager leads City staff to carry out the policy and strategy set by the Mayor and City Council according to the will of Fayetteville residents.
Assistant City Manager
The Assistant City Manager supports the City Manager in the day-to-day operation of the City, offering special attention to the Public Safety and Public Services departments as well as special projects.
The City Clerk organizes, maintains, archives, and deletes records according to Georgia law and the City's records retention schedule. The City Clerk also carries out administrative duties as assigned by the City Manager. The Deputy City Clerks assist the City Clerk in maintaining official records and performing other duties as assigned.
Public Information Officer
The Public Information Officer leads the City's Communications Department while also serving as a spokesperson for the City Manager's Office and a liaison with the media and other community organizations.