The Human Resources Department is dedicated to promoting the efficiency and effectiveness of governmental operations by the application of sound Human Resource Management practices and by utilizing our creativity and available resources to anticipate the needs of those we serve. We are committed to a service philosophy based on quality, efficiency and cost effectiveness of service. The department is made up of three divisions:Personnel Services, Risk Management and Labor Relations. The department currently employs 5 individuals who are responsible for the following areas:Employment, Heathcare and other benefits, Labor Relations, Employment Testing, Classification & Compensation, Risk Management & Safety, City Wide Training programs and Employee Recognition. We strive to do our best to serve both our employees and the public.
Please feel free to contact us with suggestions on how we may better serve you.
Our office is located at:
419 Fulton Street, Room 403
Peoria, IL 61602
Phone: (309) 494-8575
Fax: (309) 494-8587
- Firefighter Contract 01-01-2013 thru 12-31-2016
- AFSCME Collective Bargaining Agreement 2013
- 2009 PPBA Agreement
- Multi Union Agreement 2008-2013
- Multi Union Agreement Addendum Oct 2009
- IBEW 2008-2013 Collective Bargaining Agreement
- IBEW Union Agreement Addendum Oct 2009
- Police Officer Pay Schedule 2013
- Management Personnel Rules
Police Recruit Applicants
Human Resources – Frequently Asked Questions
Human Resources – Links
Department of Labor’s Homepage
U.S. Department of Labor’s Task Force on “Working Together for Public Service.” Peoria, Illinois was one of the many governmental organizations studied and reported on in this document.
International Personnel Management Association – Human Resources
The International Personnel Management Association-Human Resources (IPMA-HR) is a professional association for public personnel professionals, primarily those who work in federal, state, or local government.
Peoria Public Library
Homepage for the Peoria Public Library.
Contact Human Resources
Comments or questions are welcome.