The City of Centennial is a Council-Manager form of government.
A City Manager is appointed by City Council to oversee the general operations of the City and implement policy decisions made by City Council. This system of local government combines the strong political leadership of elected officials in the form of a council, with the managerial experience of an appointed local government manager. The City Manager's Office as a department is responsible for coordinating the activities of all City departments, translating Council policy into action programs and a variety of special projects. View the duties and responsibilities of the City Manager as identified in Ordinance Number 2012-O-09.
The City of Centennial has an opening for a City Manager, who will serve as the Chief Executive Officer and will be responsible to the Mayor and City Council for the leadership and administration of all operations of the City, except the City Attorney’s Office. The recruitment process is currently underway, view the City Manager Profile for more information and application instructions.
The recruitment firm, Peckham & McKenney, is assisting the City with this search.
Centennial City Manager Resigns | Press Release, October 12, 2016
Deputy City Manager Elisha Thomas is currently serving as Acting City Manager. The City plans to conduct a national search for its next City Manager.