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File #: 2021-1846    Version:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed Finally
File created: 9/10/2021 In control: Committee on Finance and Law
On agenda: 10/20/2021 Final action: 12/20/2021
Enactment date: 12/20/2021 Enactment #: 56
Effective date: 12/27/2021    
Title: Ordinance amending and supplementing the City Code to require the confirmation of City Council for Deputy Directors and/or Chiefs, Assistant Directors and/or Chiefs, and other enumerated positions in the City Code.
Sponsors: Reverend Ricky V. Burgess
Attachments: 1. Mayor Peduto Letter (Bill 2021-1846), 2. Summary 2021-1846
Title
Ordinance amending and supplementing the City Code to require the confirmation of City Council for Deputy Directors and/or Chiefs, Assistant Directors and/or Chiefs, and other enumerated positions in the City Code.

Body
The Council of the City of Pittsburgh hereby enacts as follows:

Section 1. The City Code is hereby amended at Title One: Administrative, Article III: Organization, Chapter 111: Departments Generally, as follows:

? 111.01 - ESTABLISHMENT; RULES AND REGULATIONS; ORGANIZATION AND CONTROL.
(a) Establishment. The following executive departments and major administrative units are hereby established:
(1) Office of the Mayor
(2) Office of Equity
(3) Office of Management and Budget
(4) Office of Community Health and Safety
(5) Department of Innovation and Performance
(6) Office of City Controller
(7) Department of Finance
(8) Department of Law
(9) Office of Municipal Investigations
(10) Department of Human Resources and Civil Service
(11) Department of City Planning
(12) Department of Permits, Licenses, and Inspections
(13) Department of Public Safety
(14) Bureau of Emergency Medical Services
(15) Bureau of Police
(16) Bureau of Fire
(17) Bureau of Animal Care and Control
(18) Department of Public Works
(19) Department of Parks and Recreation
(20) Department of Mobility and Infrastructure

(b) Rules and regulations.
(1) Each department and/or major administrative unit shall have power to prescribe policies, rules and regulations, not inconsistent with any law or ordinance:
A. For its own government;
B. Regulating the conduct of its officers, clerks and employees;
C. Concerning the distribution and performance of its business;
D. Concerning the custody, use and preservation of the books, records, papers and property under its control; and
E. To implement any code provision applicable to such department.
(2) All departmental policies, rules, and regulations that impact the delivery of services to the public must b...

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