Good News in Colorado Government!

The Town of Green Mountain Falls has hired their first professional administrator. Welcome Town Manager, Verla Bruner.

Training and Networking Opportunities

Tim Gagen to visit Durango on May 2

Tim Gagen, CCCMA Senior Advisor, is planning to swing through Durango on May 2.  Please hold this date (from 10:30 -2:30ish).  The details of his visit are still being developed.  We will be having lunch at the Himalayan Restaurant and meeting at Durango City Hall. Tim wants to meet the professional managers in this area, their assistants, interns and others who are in the city/county manager pipeline. He will be discussing all the latest with ICMA and CCCMA.  Tim has also offered to meet with people one on one.  RSVP with Ron LeBlanc to receive the invite, with more details.

CCCMA's Strategic Plan - Click here

2017 Conference Presentations 

CWLG Coaching Calls  First Thursday of every month, Flyer for April 6, 4-5pm

#ELGL17, Detroit May 11 & 12 - Click here for details

2017 ICMA Conference, San Antonio, October 22-25 There are discounts for the Mountain Plains region. CCCMA will have their scholarship application available in early summer. Click here for conference details.

Cal ICMA Webinars, May 11, 11:00am - 12:30pm, Best Practices in Citizen/Customer Service, Register for this FREE program. Info for all the 2017 programs. Click here for archived webinars.  

How to Hire A Local Government Administrator  
New and Updated!  Click here

DCI events Click here 

Online Newsletter  
Click here for the 2016 Summer edition  
Career Compass Newsletters from Frank Benest - click here

Cal ICMA Webinars
For more details on the online library of webinars - icma.org/coaching

The Value of Professional Management 

Have you seen the ICMA Life, Well Run video?  Have your Elected Officials?  your Staff?  your Community Leaders?  Click here! CCCMA is proud to be a supporter of this campaign.  

ICMA Strategic Plan - draft
Life, Well Run video and tools - www.lifewellrun.org
ICMA Task Force - Talking Points

About the Colorado City & County Management Association

CCCMA is a statewide association of local government managers and assistants. The organization, in addition to offering the usual career development focus to its members, is also a great support network both professionally and personally. The organization tends to the professional needs of its members that come from the unique challenges of the profession, including a transition program that supports members undergoing job separation.