City Manager

City Manager's Office

Our City Management team creates the spirit of the community while administering City services. The City Manager, who is the Chief Administrative Officer, along with the Deputy City Manager and Assistant to the City Manager, ensures City goals and objectives meet the guidelines set in their official Guiding Principles.

Curtis L. Holt Jennifer Ballard
Curtis L. Holt
City Manager
Megan Sall
Assistant City Manager 
Jennifer Ballard
Assistant to the City Manager

Curtis Holt, City Manager

The City Manager is appointed by the City Council to ensure the efficient administration of all City departments, to recommend a budget, maintain a system of financial accounts, and to propose for adoption those measures deemed necessary and expedient.  The City Manager acts within the policies established by the City Council, the Charter and Ordinances.

Curtis L. Holt has served as Wyoming City Manager since 2000.  He joined the City staff in 1996 as Deputy City Manager.  Previous management experience includes City Manager of Otsego, Michigan from 1989 to 1996, and Assistant City Manager of Cedar Springs, Michigan from 1987 to 1989.  Mr. Holt has a Masters Degree in Public Administration from Grand Valley State University. 

Mr. Holt presently serves as chair of the Kent County Dispatch Authority, and as a commissioner for the Commission on Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA).  He is a board member and past chair of the Regional Geographical Information Service (REGIS) agency of the Grand Valley Metro Council, and is vice-chair of the Grand Valley Regional Biosolids Authority. 

Megan Sall, Assistant City Manager

Megan Sall returned to the City as Assistant City Manager in May of 2017.  She previously worked for the City as assistant to the city manager, downtown development authority director and community services coordinator.  Following her initial tenure with the City she held roles in international and economic development, as well as software sales. Ms. Sall has a Masters in Public Administration from Grand Valley State University.

In her current role, Ms. Sall will serve as the city manager's principal representative in various administrative affairs. She will also serve as communication director and will be responsible for managing the City’s website, social media platforms and media inquiries. She will also be responsible for directing and monitoring city projects, acting as liaison between the city manager and department heads, community groups, boards and designated government agencies. 

Ms. Sall serves on the Board of Trustees for Grand Valley State University. She also serves as a mentor through the Cook Leadership Academy at Grand Valley State University.