Employee Intranet Guide

The Employee Intranet is an information resource for City employees that provides access to important information and updates regarding benefits, IMRF, employee assistance programs, and more. The Employee Intranet hosts a myriad of valuable information for both current and incoming City staff.

In order to enjoy this function on the City website, employees will need to be signed in to Civic Plus though the City website using their employee email. To access the Intranet, employees may sign in or create an account by clicking the “Sign In” button on the right-hand side of the banner at the top of the City website. Once signed in, follow this link to access the Employee Intranet. This page is not accessible to non-employees. Alternately, employees can access the Employee Intranet at any time by scrolling to the bottom banner of any page on the City website and select the “Employee Intranet” link found in the “Quick Links” section.

Quick Directory:

  • Main Page - From the Employee Intranet main page, employees can stay up-to-date on employee and community highlights, subscribe to newsletters, and find the links to follow the City on social media platforms. At the bottom of the page, there are quick access links to the employee manual, City calendars, payroll forms, and the most frequently used general request forms.
  • New Hire Information Page - New and current employees will find quick access to current fiscal year schedules for payroll and City observed holidays, and direct deposit and IMRF forms.
  • Benefits Landing Page and Subpages - On the Benefits main page, employees will find documents and information on Open Enrollment (during the 2 weeks of Open Enrollment in April) and links to the fiscal year’s annual notices and benefits offerings PDFs. For ease of access, each benefit offering (i.e. vision, dental, etc.) has been divided into subpages, navigable from the banner. To review specific benefits offerings, simply select the corresponding page for the information that you seek.
  • Employee Assistance Program - These resources are available to all full-time City employees who are benefits eligible, regardless of their choice to enroll in health insurance through the City. These resources include, but are not limited to, information, resources and referrals on family matters, such as child and elder care; kennels and pet care; event and vacation planning; moving and relocation; car buying; college planning;  legal services; guidance with financial matters; and in-person personal guidance.