Municipal Moments - Week 5 Comprehensive Plan
The City of Kerrville conducted a community wide survey of citizens at the end of last year and has received some very valuable data as a result. Residents were asked to evaluate a number of city services and the overall quality of life here in Kerrville.
The responses we received indicate the City of Kerrville is excelling in a number of areas, but as with anything, there are also several areas where we can improve.
Through this weekly column, Interim City Manager Don Davis will address several areas of concern those survey results highlighted, and keep you up to date on some of the city's newest initiatives.
In his fifth column, Mr. Davis focuses on how all this data may be put to use through a new long range planning process.
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Mark McDaniel Appointed City Manager
Effective March 28, 2017
The City of Kerrville is pleased to announce that Mr. Mark McDaniel has been named the new City Manager of Kerrville. The Kerrville City Council unanimously approved an Employment Agreement with McDaniel at the regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, March 28, 2017.
McDaniel has been serving as the Assistant City Manager for the City of Dallas since 2014 where he is responsible for overseeing a portfolio of departments comprised of 2,655 employees and a combined annual operation budget of $753 million.
McDaniel has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Master of Public Administration Degree from the University of North Texas. A reception welcoming McDaniel to the City of Kerrville will be held Friday, April 7, 2017 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. at the Cailloux Theater, 910 Main St.
To learn more about Mark McDaniel Click Here.
Applications Available for Lifeguards
Do you enjoy working outdoors and being around water? If so, this job is for you! The City of Kerrville is currently accepting applications for lifeguards to work at the Olympic Pool for the summer.
Applicants must be at least 16 years old, be able to work regularly from late May through the end of July, and occasionally through mid-August to assist with aquatic related special events. Not certified? That's okay! The Ellis & Associates Lifeguard Training is provided through the Parks and Recreation Department. The training course will be held May 5-7, 2017.
Applications are available at City Hall located at 701 Main Street or online here. Apply now as positions are limited and training is conducted in the early spring as specified above. Starting pay rate is $8.75 per hour.
To learn more about this summer job opportunity, Click Here.
Monthly Yard Waste
Curbside yard waste collection occurs once a month on the same day as your regularly scheduled trash collection. Visit the
Solid Waste Calendar to see all the specific yard waste collection dates this year.
Yard waste consists of bagged leaves or grass clippings, cut brush and tree limbs. It also includes stumps, roots or shrubs with root balls less than 6 inches diameter and without dirt. Additional yard waste regulations include the following:
Bagged leaves or grass clippings are limited to 25 bags per monthly curbside pick up.
Brush and tree limbs are not to exceed 6 inches in diameter and six feet in length. It should be neatly stacked with the cut ends facing the curb (do not tie).
Yard waste collection not to exceed 54 cubic feet in volume at one time (pile equal to a small pick-up bed filled to 4-feet high from bed of truck). Excess volume will be tagged and picked up the following month for same required volume.
To learn more about the City of Kerrville's waste collection services,
On April 29, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., the Kerrville Police Department will join forces with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and hundreds of other law enforcement agencies across the nation to provide a venue
Junior Citizen Police Academy
The Kerrville Police Department will be hosting the 8th Annual Junior Citizen Police Academy for children 11-14 years of age. The Academy will be held at the Doyle School Community Center (110 West Barnett Street) starting
Municipal Moments - Week 3
Interim City Manager Don Davis highlights a number of new city initiatives and responds to citizen concerns through this new weekly column. The focus of his third column is Public Transit.
Election Season Etiquette
As the city election draws near, residents are reminded that it is a violation of state law to tamper with campaign signs. This includes defacing, vandalizing, & tampering with or removing a lawfully placed sign without permission from the candidate.
Fri, Apr. 14 - Fri, May 12
Fri, Apr. 21 - Sun, May 7
Thu, Apr. 27 - Sun, Apr. 30