We've produced a special video series to help inform our citizens about the various types of funds through which different city departments’ finances are managed. You can view the first video in the series and learn more about Enterprise Funds on our Money Matters page.
Did you know there are four different ways to pay your water bill? Customers can pay in person, by dropbox, mail or online. Reference our infographic for more information on each method!
The Spring River Zoo is looking for a new director! This position oversees the operation of the zoo facility including but not limited to animals, grounds, staff, buildings and programs. Click the photo below to apply.
Money Matters: Enterprise Funds
Director of Administrative Service Juan Fuentes sits down to discuss enterprise funds and the departments that utilize this type of fund. Departments that operate with these funds operate as businesses and run on the fees their services generate.
City Services: Wastewater Lab
Learn more about our city Wastewater Lab and the work the staff does at this facility that is a part of the Wastewater Treatment Plant. You can also read the City Services blog about the lab at this link.
Roswell is home to 48,754 people (as of 2015) and centrally located in the Pecos Valley, nestled below the most southern outskirts of the Rocky Mountains, and serves as the hub of Southeastern New Mexico. Watch the video tour and learn about Roswell. Watch Videos
This survey is an opportunity for Roswell residents and business owners to tell the city how it is doing in taking care of the needs of the community. All citizens are asked to contribute their thoughts by completing the survey. Complete the Survey