1717 East Park Street, Two Rivers WI 54241 (920) 793-5523

 

City Manager

Two Rivers City Hall
  • Business Phone:
    (920)793-5532
  • Business Fax:
    (920)793-5512
  • Business Hours:
  • Monday through Friday
  • 8:00AM to 4:30PM
  • Saturday and Sunday
  • Closed
  • 1717 E. Park Street
  • PO Box 87
  • Two Rivers, WI 54241

Welcome

Greg Buckley has served as Two Rivers City Manager since August of 1995.

His career in local government management dates back to 1981, and he has previously served as City Manager of Buchanan, Michigan, Assistant to the Village Manager of Oak Park Illinois, and Assistant City Manager of Grand Haven Michigan.

Mr. Buckley's education includes a BA degree in Public Management from the University of Maine and a Master of Public Administration Degree from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. He is a member of the International City/County Management Association (ICMA), Wisconsin City Management Association, and the Two Rivers Lions Club.

Weekly Articles

City Council OK’s Changes in Animal Regulations

At its meeting on July 17, the TR City Council approved three ordinance amendments related to animals in general, animals on public properties and in City parks.
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Express Your Views on Future Development

There’s still time to participate in an on-line survey about the direction of future development in Two Rivers.

This survey, developed as part of an economic development strategic planning effort by the City, is available at www.polco.us.  We have extended the timetable for participation, to allow more residents to share their views.
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Good News From Riverside Foods

At its July 5 meeting, the City Council will consider an initial resolution related to the issuance of industrial development revenue bonds (IRB’s) for the financing of a $7.2 million project by Riverside Foods, 2520 Wilson Street.
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Perspectives on City Budgets and the Role of the State

On June 8, I had the opportunity to share the podium with Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett at a WI Urban Alliance meeting in Madison on “A 21st Century Fiscal Structure for Local Government in Wisconsin.”
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