Mayor and City Council Appoint New City Manager

Wednesday, April 11, 2018 - 2:58pm

The City of Castle Pines is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael Penny as city manager. City Council approved a city management agreement with Mr. Penny during their regular meeting on Tuesday, April 10, following a nearly two-month appointment as interim city manager.  

 

“City Council and I have been extremely impressed with the work Mr. Penny has accomplished in his very short tenure with the City as interim city manager,” stated Mayor Tera Radloff. “If the last seven weeks are any indication, I have no doubt that he is an ideal fit for our community and his extensive experience in local government administration will serve our residents well.”

 

Michael Penny stated, “I have thoroughly enjoyed working with City Council and staff, getting to know residents, and collaborating with community partners over the last two months. As city manager, I’m looking forward to building upon the work already accomplished to implement the City’s strategic goals.”

 

Mr. Penny holds a Masters Degree in Public Administration (MPA) from the University of Colorado – Denver and is a member of the International City/County Management Association where he earned status as a Credential Manager (ICMA-CM). He has over 26 years of public administration experience and has served in several city/town administrator roles throughout Colorado, most recently as city manager for the City of Littleton, as well as town manager for the Town of Frisco, and city administrator for the City of Ouray.  He is past president of the Colorado Municipal League, past president of the Colorado City/County Management Association and was City Manager of the Year in 2009. Learn more and connect with Michael by visiting www.castlepinesgov.com/city-staff.