Assistant City Manager: Collin Quigley
The Assistant City Manager helps administer City government through supervision of other City departments, assistance in policy formulation and implementation, and coordinating functions between various departments. He works with outside agencies and organizations in collaborative efforts.
- provides direction to and supervision of the functions and activities of departments designated by the City Manager.
- works closely with City Council members, the City Manager, the Deputy City Manager, and department directors in planning, organizing, and implementing programs for a variety of municipal operations.
- works closely with the City Manager and the Deputy City Manager in the coordination and administration of day-to-day operations of the City.
- represents the City Manager at various meetings and serves as the City Manager in his absence
Collin Quigley joined the City of Springfield as the Assistant City Manager in August 2007. In this role he is responsible for providing direction to and supervision of the functions and activities of the Airport, Art Museum, Emergency Communications, Fire, Health, Municipal Court, Parks, Police and the Workforce Development departments. He works closely with the City Manager and the Deputy City Manager in the coordination and administration of day-to-day operations of the City.
Collin is a Springfield native with a Bachelor's Degree in Public Administration from Evangel University, and a Master's Degree in Public Administration from the University of Kansas. Collin is a Credentialed City Manager (ICMA-CM) with the International City/County Management Association (ICMA), and a prior board member of the Missouri City Management Association (MCMA). Collin has taken the opportunity to teach, as well as lecture at Evangel University and Missouri State University.
Prior to joining Springfield as the Assistant City Manager, Collin served as the City Administrator of Ozark, Missouri, and Kimberling City, Missouri.