The City Attorney represents the city before all levels of state and federal courts.
The City Clerk is responsible for recording and maintaining the official records of the city and recording the actions of the City Commission.
The Code Enforcement Division enforces city codes adopted by the City Commission.
The City Manager is the chief executive and administrative head of the municipal government and is responsible to the commission for the proper administration of all affairs of the City of Fort Pierce.
Engineering projects are monitored for conformity with state and federal regulations and professional engineering and surveying practices as set forth in the Florida statutes.
The Finance Department provides general purpose financial statements in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles.
The Fort Pierce Department of Urban Redevelopment was established in March of 2010.
The Fort Pierce City Marina is owned and operated by the City of Fort Pierce.
Human Resources' goals are to administer and monitor departmental operations, recruit and retain qualified workers, and assist with creating a diverse, highly skilled management team.
Indian Hills Golf Course has been a cornerstone of Fort Pierce since 1942.
The Management Information Systems department is responsible for software and hardware installation, training, programming, system analysis and reports, email and file maintenance.
The Planning Department's main goal is to protect, improve and promote quality of life in Fort Pierce.
The Fort Pierce Police Department is the around-the-clock guardian of the quality of life for every resident, visitor and business in the city, handling more than 83,000 calls for service every year.
The Public Works Department continually develops innovative ways to deliver services in a cost-effective manner with a focus on strategic planning and new technology to meet the needs now and into the future.
The Purchasing Department handles procurement for the City of Fort Pierce.