City Manager’s Office

Welcome to the City of Coos Bay! Thank you for visiting us at our website. It was designed with you in mind – whether a Coos Bay resident, a “future resident.” or a visitor – to allow you access to City information in an easy to navigate site.

At City Hall, we are very proud of our community and strive to provide superior customer service. Quality of life issues shape our goals and policy initiatives as we look to continuously improve our city and community.  If you are a Coos Bay resident, I look forward to meeting you. If you are a visitor, on behalf of all of us at City Hall, we look forward to welcoming you to Coos Bay on your next visit.


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Rodger {last_name} - City Manager Photo Rodger Craddock
City Manager

Please feel free to contact me with any concerns you may have, or just to say hello.  I’m interested in your opinions about city government and how we may better serve you.

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Like most cities in Oregon, the City of Coos Bay utilizes the “Council-Manager” form of government. Under this system, the City Council sets policies which are then implemented by the City Manager who is selected and serves at the pleasure of the Council.

Mission Statement

The Mission of the City of Coos Bay is to work as a stable, progressive municipality to enhance the quality of life for all citizens through a government that is accessible to everyone and dedicated to the development of a diversified economy, sound fiscal planning and the preservation and enhancement of the cultural, historical and natural beauty of our area.

Vision Statement

Create a safe, clean and inviting City that protects and enhances our unique culture, history, and environment by working in a collaborative partnership that creates opportunities for the South Coast Region through living wages and affordable housing.

NOTE:  City Hall Administrative Office is open from Monday through Friday - 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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As the City's chief executive officer, I am also charged with preparation and administration of the City’s annual budget, Urban Renewal plans.

None of these things are possible without a staff of professionals dedicated to those who work, live and visit our community. In Coos Bay we have six departments, each headed by a manager, who reports directly to me and who is selected on the basis of his/her qualifications and experience. They are Eric Day, Community Development Director; Sami Pierson, Library Director; Mark Anderson, Fire Chief; Gary McCullough, Police Chief; Jim Hossley, Public Works Director; and Susanne Baker, Finance Director. They are all are extremely competent in what they do which is reflected in the day-to-day service delivery that we provide.

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