- Departments A - N
Departments A - N
The Assessor determines the value of all real and personal property in the City every year. The assessments may change based on factors such as an addition to a structure, damage by fire, etc.
The Building Department is responsible for the administration of all laws, ordinances, and regulations concerning the construction, maintenance and safety of all buildings and equipment including electrical, plumbing, housing, and mechanical trades, and compliance with zoning laws.
The City Clerk is an elected position. The city clerk's department is responsible for providing various services.
Diversity Equity and Inclusion
This department oversees strategies designed to enhance the workplace culture of the City of Westland. Its other goal is to serve as a liaison between City officials and residents to promote diversity as a core mission of the City of Westland.
The City of Westland wants you to succeed and we share your priorities of completing a project on time and on budget. The Economic Development team collaborates with you to provide one point of contact, a fast response to your needs, and the flexibility required to achieve your goals.
The Facilities Department oversees the City of Westland's buildings, parks, city owned properties and other amenities to ensure that all are properly maintained and ready for use by our citizens.
The Finance Director is the Treasurer by Charter and also serves on the five-member Police and Fire Retirement Board and the Rehabilitation Review Board.
The Fire Department works to save lives and protect property through prevention, preparedness, education and response.
Housing & Community Development
The Housing and Community Development Department offers several programs to Westland residents and homeowners.
Innovation & Technology
The Department of Innovation and Technology (DoIT) works tirelessly to deploy solutions that are both nimble and provide uniform access outside of the traditional confines of the municipal offices.
The City of Westland is excited to announce the launch of a new department called Neighborhood Services, which both replaces and enhances our traditional ordinance enforcement department.