Waterloo's Chief Executive Officer.
Powers & Duties
Elected By the Voters
Ballot access and filing requirements see the Local Candidates – Non Partisan page of the Wisconsin Election Commission.
- Nomination papers may be collected no sooner than December 1 preceding the election and may be filed no later than 5 pm on the first Tuesday in January preceding the election or the next day if Tuesday is a holiday.
- How many signatures are needed? For city-wide offices in 4th class cities -- such as Waterloo -- not less than 50 nor more than 100 for city-wide offices and not less than 20 nor more than 40 electors for alderpersons elected from aldermanic districts
- If three or more candidates file nomination papers a non-partisan primary will be held on February 19, 2019.
- The non-partisan general election will be held April 2, 2019.
The Communty's Chief Executive Officer
The municipal website About City Council page also provides Waterloo specific mayoral information.
What it means to be a Chief Executive Officer...
- From a business perspective...
- How executive powers work...
- The budgeting toolkit...
- Elected Official Handbooks - International City/County Management Association Publications available from the Clerk/Treasurer office
- Setting Goals for Action
- Building a Policy-Making Team
- Setting Policies for Service Delivery
- Setting Policies for Internal Management
- Pursuing Personal Effectiveness