The City of Mission is chartered under Kansas statute as a City of the Second Class and operates under a Mayor-Council form of government with an administrator.
In 2001 the City of Mission adopted the City Administrator form of government. The City Administrator has administrative responsibility for city operations. The Mayor with the consent of the City Council appoints the City Administrator, the City Treasurer, the City Attorney, and the Municipal Judge. Specific roles and responsibilities for each of these appointed officials are defined in Chapter I20 (Officers and Employees) of the Code of the City of Mission.
For information on Mission’s government, please visit the Governing Body page.