McCall Parks and Recreation is excited to bring this new event to McCall. Mark your calendar and join us for Plant Night! This event will be held at the Anchor Restaurant where food and beverage will be available for purchase. Use your creativity and instruction from a master gardener to create a terrarium for you or as a gift. Reserve your spot today and register at City Hall or online at mccallrec.com homepage.
McCall has what is called a council-manager form of city government.
- The McCall City Council consists of five elected individuals that make laws and broad policy decisions for the city manager and staff to carry out.
- All power and authority to set policy rests with our elected governing body, the McCall City Council which includes the mayor.
According to the International City/County Management Association, the council-manager form of government “combines the strong political leadership of elected officials with the strong managerial experience of an appointed manager or administrator.”
The Role of the City Manager
Under the council-manager form of government a non-partisan city manager functions as the chief executive of the government organization. The city manager oversees the day-to-day operations of the city and serves as an advisor to the city council.
McCall’s city manager is responsible for directing daily operations that ensure effective and efficient government service. Every city…
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Thursday, December 7th, from 5pm – 7pm stop by and meet the three City Manager candidates at the The Hunt Lodge.
McCall City Council and City staff welcome candidates, Ms. Marti Brown, Mr. Jeff Layman and Ms. Anette Spickard to tour our beautiful city, meet staff and residents and take part in the final interview process with Council.
Each candidate has already completed preliminary interviews via telephone and Skype. “City of McCall would be lucky to have any of these well qualified, experienced and talented individuals,” said BessieJo Wagner current Interim City Manager. Please join us in welcoming them during their visit.
- Marti Brown – currently the Community Development Director for the City of Arivin, California.
- Jeff Layman – currently the Community Manager of the EagleVail Metro District in EagleVail, Colorado
- Anette Spickard – currently the Development & Public Works Director in the City of Springfield, Oregon.
“City of McCall would be lucky to have any of these well qualified, experienced and talented individuals,” said BessieJo Wagner, current, Interim City Manager.
Thursday, December 7th
from 5pm – 7pm
Open House Meet & Greet
at The Hunt Lodge in the Hunt Room.