Northglenn names new manager

Staff Report
Posted 8/6/18

A former Wheatridge City employee will take over as Northglenn’s city manager. City Councilors voted July 23 to hire Heather Geyer as the manager, effective Aug. 20. Geyer replaces former city …

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Northglenn names new manager

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A former Wheatridge City employee will take over as Northglenn’s city manager.

City Councilors voted July 23 to hire Heather Geyer as the manager, effective Aug. 20. Geyer replaces former city manager James Hayes, who resigned in June.

“I am honored and excited to be appointed to serve as the city manager for the city of Northglenn,” said Geyer. “I look forward to working with the City Council, staff, residents, and business owners to continue to move Northglenn forward with a vision for the future.”

Geyer comes to Northglenn from the City of Wheat Ridge where she has served as administrative services director since 2011. Before that, she was the assistant to the city manager and public information officer beginning in 2006. Geyer brings more than 19 years of experience in local government management.

“We’re pleased to have Heather join us as city manager,” said Northglenn Mayor Carol Dodge. “Her experience and many years of municipal leadership will be an asset to the city of Northglenn.”

Geyer has Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Public Policy from the University of Denver and a Master’s of Arts in Political Science from the University of Colorado at Denver. She serves as a regional vice president on the International City-County Management Association executive board of directors.

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