The City Administrator is an officer of the City, appointed by the City Council. The City Administrator's Office is responsible for the preparation and dissemination of City Council meeting agendas and packets. The City Administrator must attend every meeting of the City Council and keep accurate minutes of the proceedings, engrossing and enrolling all laws, ordinances and resolutions of the City Council.
The Office of the City Administrator is the administrative agency responsible for the care and maintenance of all City of Troy records. This office houses all legal transactions, City Council minutes, agendas, deeds, ordinances, resolutions, contracts and a vast array of other historical and regulatory information. The City Administrator is responsible for developing and administering a records retention and destruction policy, monitoring the records storage centers, overseeing the control of electronically stored records, and upgrading technology to provide for efficient and economic storage of records. In addition to these duties, the City Administrator's Office responds to requests for City records filed each year under the Texas Public Information Act.