Under the leadership of the Kirby City Council, the City Manager is responsible for the proper administration of all affairs of the City to include policy execution, budget oversight, strategic planning, personnel management, and project implementation.
The City of Kirby is a full-service entity with a staff committed to providing the highest quality of service.
Our services include administration, Fire/EMS, public safety, animal services, water, sewer, garbage collection and recycling, street maintenance, zoning, inspections and code enforcement. The City of Kirby also administers Municipal Court, manages park land and operates a pool.
Monique Vernon has served as City Manager of Kirby since September 2014. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in criminal justice and sociology from Dillard University in New Orleans in 2000 and a Master of Arts degree in public administration from Webster University in St. Louis in 2001. Additionally, she is a 2017 graduate of the certified public manager (CPM) program at Texas State University and has 20 years of local government experience.
The City of Kirby values citizen input. Our Council meetings are held every second and fourth Thursday at 7:00pm and we invite you to join us as we continue to lead our City into the future.
The City Council by majority vote shall appoint a City Manager. He/she is accountable to Council for his/her actions. The City Manager is responsible for the daily administration of the City of Kirby. This includes the preparation and submission of the annual budget to be adopted by the City Council and administration of the budget throughout the fiscal year. The City Manager is also responsible for all City personnel. The City of Kirby currently has 65 full time employees. The City Manager provides information to the City Council regarding policy and administrative issues that may need to be decided by Council.
Adopted Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Budgets
Adopted/Amended Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Budgets
“A leader sees greatness in other people. He nor she can be much of a leader if all she sees is herself.”
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