Harold Dominguez was appointed Longmont’s City Manager in April 2012. Before coming to Longmont, Dominguez was the City Manager of San Angelo, Texas from 2005 to March 2012. Before that, Dominguez worked in Lubbock, Texas, as an Assistant to the City Manager from 2000-2003 and as a Management Assistant from 1998-2000. He earned his Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Texas Tech University in Lubbock in 1997 and his Bachelor’s Degree in History from Texas Tech in 1995.
As provided for by City Charter, the City Manager is the chief administrative officer of the City and is responsible for the efficient administration of all affairs of the City, including all matters related to the City Council. The City Manager directs the work of all City departments and subsidiary divisions; in that way, he is much like the CEO of a corporation. The City Manager works especially closely with City Clerk's Office, particularly on matters concerning the City Council, and manages the Public Information Office.
The City Manager's Office (CMO) is responsible for:
• Leading customer service efforts for the City and resolving complaints;
• Planning coordination of City Council agendas;
• Tracking legislation;
• Delivering public information services;
• Providing administrative support for the Sister Cities program;
• Administration and development of the City's web site;
• Developing City-wide policies and procedures;
• Coordinating community activities; and
• Providing staff support to the Mayor, City Council members, and other City departments.
City of Longmont, Mission Statement:
Our mission is to enhance the quality of life for those who live in, work in, or visit our community.