Transparency Reporting

Transparency in government is an effort to make information and data more easily available and more readily understandable to you, our residents, business owners and visitors.  Some of the most important policies, plans and financial reports used by the City Council and management to make decisions are linked below.  Along with public meetings which comply with the Open Meetings Act, and access to more information through the Freedom of Information Act, our transparency reporting makes it easier for you to engage with your local government, and for us to hear from you on issues you consider important.

Browse the links below or contact the City for more information.

Administrative Plans, Policies, and Procedures

Capital Asset Policy/Procedures
City Council Policy Manual
Computer Operating and Security Policy
Electronic Mail Retention Policy
Employee Compensation Plan (ACT 51)
Harassment Policy
HIPAA Privacy/Security Policy
Identity Theft Prevention Program
Non-Discrimination Policy
Parks Rules and Regulations
Purchasing Policy and Procedures
Records Retention and Disposal Schedule
Resolution to Comply with Public Act 152
Rules and Regulations
Smoking and Tobacco Use
Social Security Number Privacy Policy
Water Services

 

Budget Public Hearings

 

Certifications

Form 2068-Act 51

 

Classification and Salary Schedules

 

Employment Agreements/Contracts

 

Financial Reports

 

Retirement System

Defined Benefit Plan
Defined Contribution Plan
Post Employment Health Plan
Retiree Health Plan
Retiree Health Care Plan - Actuarial Valuation Report
Employees Retirement System - Actuarial Valuation Report

 

Freedom of Information

Michigan's Freedom of Information Act (PA 442 of 1976) sets requirements for the disclosure of public records by all public bodies in the state, including the City of Wyoming. The Act states that all records except those specifically cited as exceptions are covered by the FOIA law.  The City Clerk is the FOIA Coordinator for the City of Wyoming.