Mark McDaniel departing Dallas to become Kerrville City Manager

City of Dallas TexasDallas – Assistant City Manager Mark McDaniel today advised that he has accepted a conditional offer to become the City Manager of Kerrville, TX.

“We are excited for Mark and we wish him the best of luck as he begins this new career opportunity,” said Dallas City Manager T.C. Broadnax. “As an Assistant City Manager, he has continually demonstrated a strong commitment to the citizens of Dallas and has been a tremendous asset in moving our City forward.”

McDaniel came to Dallas in 2014 from Tyler, TX, where he served as City Manager.
In Dallas, he served as Interim First Assistant City Manager and championed several major initiatives, including the new Dallas Center for Performance Excellence and development of a long-term plan for enhancing satisfaction rates for street conditions, including identification of required funding levels and resources.

“Dallas has offered me an incredible experience and I am blessed to have built many great professional relationships while serving as an assistant city manager,” McDaniel said. “After more than 30 years of public service spanning six different Texas cities, I am taking an initial retirement and starting my second career in local government, returning to the role of City Manager. Kerrville is close to family and an ideal community that matches up well to my experience,” he said.

A leader in his profession, Mark served as President for the Texas City Management Association and Vice President for the International City/County Management Association (ICMA), representing the central United States. He now serves on the board for the Alliance for Innovation.

“Over the next few weeks, as Mark makes his transition, I will be looking at our new organizational structure and will make necessary adjustments and interim assignments to our executive leadership team, as needed,” Broadnax said.

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