City Managers Office

bill2010William J. Brock, P.E./CM, City Manager
Phone: 513-539-7374 option 7
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Prior to being appointed City Manager in March 2004, I served as the Assistant City Manager/City Engineer for Monroe. I continue to hold the position of City Engineer. I received my Bachelor of Civil Engineering in 1991 from the University of Dayton, and my Masters of Business Administration, Project Management in 1998 from Wright State University. Prior to coming to Monroe, I worked for the City of Dayton as Senior Engineer in the Department of Planning and Community Development. I am a member of the Monroe Area Optimists Club and Monroe Historical Society and serve on the Board of the Monroe Lending Library. I look forward to continuing to serve Monroe both professionally and personally in the years to come.

 Kacey began serving as the Finance Director for the City of Monroe in October 2006 and was appointed as Assistant Manager January 1, 2016.  She received her Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Cincinnati...

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Angela is the Assistant to the City Manager, Clerk of Council, and Human Resources ManagerPhone:  513-539-7374 ext. 1012 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. // .Angela works under...

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Jennifer serves as Assistant to the City Manager focusing on economic development and performance management.  513-539-7374.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. // Jennifer...

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Deana EnglandExecutive Assistant/Deputy Clerk of CouncilPhone: 513-539-7374 ext. 1006This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. // If you need assistance with the following, Contact Deana...

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A bi-monthly newsletter created by the City of Monroe.  It is designed to keep all who receive it up to date with what has happened and what will happen in Monroe with the different City departments and organizations. To receive the Monroe...

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The Monroe Community Room is located at the new Library/Community Center, at 6 East Avenue.  It has an occupancy limit of 150 people.  It too is equipped with a small kitchen with a sink and has a small refrigerator.  It has round...

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We continue to improve our efforts to make it easy for you to contact the City of Monroe with any questions or concerns you may have. Using this new tool you can contact us with concerns such as potholes, street lights, high grass, or crime, as...

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Do you have regularly scheduled meetings?  Are you an HOA or non-profit group?  Do a group of your neighbors hold gatherings at their homes?  Do you or a member of your group have questions about specific areas of the City's operations?  If so, we...

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