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City Manager Search

The City of Palm Coast seeks a skilled leader and manager with a proven track record of motivating and developing staff to obtain measurable results.

The City of Palm Coast is recruiting qualified candidates for the position of City Manager.

City Manager
A responsive and approachable manager who can promote collaboration and communication amongst staff is ideal. The City Manager will communicate with the Council directly and frankly while at the same time seeking direction from Council.
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The City Of Palm Coast

96 Miles of Canals

130+ Miles of Parks and Trails

13 Magnificent Parks

Tree City USA

Green Building Initiatives

Economic Development

Population of 89,800 Residents

Medical Ecosystem

City Manager
The City Manager is responsible for assisting with the development, implementation, and administration of the City’s Comprehensive Plan, as well as coordinating and overseeing the City Strategic Plan. The City Manager oversees daily internal operations of all City departments by providing strategic direction and leadership oversight of City Council goals, policies, and performance expectations. The City Manager will be highly visible in the community and should be comfortable dealing with a high level of citizen and business engagement.
City Government
Palm Coast has a Council-Manager form of government and is composed of the Mayor and four-member City Council who are responsible for setting policy, approving the budget, determining the tax rate, and formulating broad, long-term policies that outline the City’s public function. The City Manager is appointed by the Mayor and Council and implements the policies of the Council, in addition to directing day-to-day operations. The City of Palm Coast has a $248 million budget, 450 full-time employees, and 12 departments.

Renina Fuller
Human Resources Human Resources Director