The City of Perkins will provide high quality, innovative, and cost effective municipal services that enhance the lives of our citizens and the vitality of our businesses, by utilizing teamwork, demonstrating integrity, superior customer service, and continuous improvement.
We accept responsibility for our personal and organizational decisions and actions while delivering cost effective and efficient services with the objective of doing our work right the first time.
We promote external partnerships with governmental, educational, business, nonprofit, neighborhood and faith-based community partners to the benefit of our customers.
We provide the highest quality service with the resources available by promoting innovation and flexibility to meet the changing needs in the community.
We deliver the highest quality, cost-efficient and most responsive services possible to our customers. We judge our success on one basis: The extent to which we are the location of choice in our region to live, visit, and conduct business.
We value ethical conduct, public trust, and commit ourselves to personal and professional excellence. We are committed to upholding our position of public trust and to conduct ourselves responsibly by maintaining the highest moral and ethical standards.
We work together to plan, develop recommendations, deliver services and openly communicate with the public and each other by soliciting feedback and sharing information to achieve our goals.
We realize the perception of our organization is dependent upon the public's confidence in our commitment to our core values and to meeting the goals set collectively by the Mayor and City Council.
Capital Improvement Plan
The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) outlines the City's plan for achieving the goals, objectives, and service delivery levels desired by the Mayor and City Commission. The purpose of this plan is to forecast and match projected revenues and major capital needs over a five-year period. Capital planning is an important management tool that strengthens the linkage between community infrastructure needs and the financial capacity of the City.
The CIP is updated annually to ensure that it addresses new and changing priorities within the City.
If you have any questions regarding this document, please email City Manager Bob Ernst or call at (405) 547-2445.
City of Perkins Personnel Manual
The City of Perkins Personnel Manual was updated by the City Commission on October 8, 2019.
City of Perkins Annual Budget
The Fiscal Year 2020 (July 1, 2019-June 30, 2020) City of Perkins operating budget is prepared in accordance with the Oklahoma Municipal Budget Act, Title 11 O.S. 17-201 of the Oklahoma Statues.