City Manager's Office

City Manager

Lori S. Curtis Luther was hired as the City Manager of Beloit Wisconsin on June 1, 2015. Under this form of government, the City Council establishes policies supporting the City’s mission statement and strategic plan. The City Manager then manages City Departments and staff to implement those goals in the most efficient manner.

The City Manager is appointed by the City Council based on individual merits, expertise, and experience. The City Manager is delegated authority to maintain and manage the day-to-day functions of the City.

The Assistant to the City Manager supports the City Manager in a variety of ways. The Assistant will serve as Acting City Manager in the Manager’s absence, function as the Sustainability Coordinator, manage special events, grant administration, and coordinates public information and education functions.

Click [here] for the City Manager's documents, including the Beloit Report, and the Report to the Community.



On December 17, 2007, the City Council unanimously approved a resolution adopting the Eco-Municipality Sustainable Guidelines for the City of Beloit. Those guidelines are:

  • Reduce dependence upon fossil fuels
  • Reduce dependence on chemicals and other manufactured substances that can accumulate in nature
  • Reduce dependence on activities that harm life-sustaining ecosystems
  • Meet the hierarchy of present and future human needs fairly and efficiently

This resolution supports the City of Beloit's goal of being an eco-municipality, a municipality that aspires to develop an ecologically, economically and socially healthy community for the long term.  A sustainable municipality meets basic economic, social, and security needs without undermining the natural resource base and the environmental quality. The goal of a sustainable organization is to have biological systems remain diverse and productive over time. 

Beloit, like many municipalities, increasingly supports initiatives to carry out sustainable development projects such as green building programs, open space preservation, public space beautification, recycling, and smart growth planning.  While these are all progress toward sustainable goals, most of our work is being done an in a project-by-project basis. The purpose of the eco-municipality program is to fully integrate these efforts throughout municipal government and the larger community. This page provides a link to useful information about the City’s progress in meeting the Eco-Municipality Guidelines.

The Beloit Report
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City Eco-Municipality Initiatives
The following list of programs, projects and activities are all green focused activities that the City has either completed or currently has underway to help protect our local environment, promote energy efficiency and help meet the Eco-municipality guidelines.
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