MISSION STATEMENT WHY DO WE EXIST?

Bessemer City strives to empower its citizens, businesses, and visitors achieve a high standard of life by maintaining a safe community, providing high-quality services in a fiscally responsible manner, and by continuously providing exceptional customer service.

VISION STATEMENT WHAT DO WE DESIRE TO BE?

Bessemer City’s vision is to continue to be a hospitable and tradition-oriented community, focused on fostering a thriving economy through promoting sustainable development, encouraging active lifestyles, and creating a vibrant, diverse and welcoming business community.

VALUES WHAT DO WE BELIEVE IN?

The City has set forward eight core values that are the underpinning of an organization committed to providing high-quality services in a culture of customer service excellence.

Our Values Are:

  • Open, Honest and Accessible Government
  • Fiscal Accountability and Sustainability
  • Public Safety and Safe and Accessible Neighborhoods
  • Keeping True to Our Small-Town Character and Traditions
  • Focused on Quality and Customer Service
  • Family Oriented
  • Promote a Healthy Quality of Life

Our Goals Are:

  • A desirable place to live and work that is open to growth.
  • A safe and secure community for residents and visitors.
  • A sustainable community with high quality and dependable infrastructure and utilities.
  • A thriving, viable and diverse economy.
  • Provide opportunities for our citizens.
  • Sustainable organizational capacity.
  • Embrace innovation and promote creativity.
  • Promote a healthy quality of life.

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Office of the Mayor

Building a Frisco City that works for every neighborhood with a focus on equity, opportunity, efficiency, and inclusion.

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On January 4, 2018, Lisa F. Matt was sworn in as the 99th Mayor of Frisco. In his first budget, the Mayor worked closely with City Council to fund bold anti-poverty initiatives. The initiatives included the expansion of quality, the creation of community schools, and investing in parks, rec centers, and libraries. These initiatives were possible because Frisco became the first major city to pass a tax on sweetened beverages.

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Meet District Council Members

John Moritz

Auditor j.moritz@townofpine.com

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Livia Richardson

Deputy Majority audit@townofpine.com

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Ida A. Spoon

Councilor councilor@townofpine.com

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Ben Frijones

Councilor councilor@townofpine.com

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The housing crisis is the most serious issue.

Issue that is making every other challenge harder, particularly for low-income families. This critical effort holds great promise for finding local and regional solutions.

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