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


City Manager

Two Rivers City Hall
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  • 1717 E. Park Street
  • PO Box 87
  • Two Rivers, WI 54241


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

Animal Regulations Up for More Discussion

The City Council will devote the first hour of its monthly work session on Monday, June 26 (6:00 to 7:00 PM) to discussion of local ordinances pertaining to animals in City parks and at special events.


More Ec Dev Survey Questions

As I mentioned in last week’s column, the City is seeking feedback from TR residents on issues pertaining to economic development.

Go to www.polco.us to register and take the survey.

Eleven questions were posted last week; another twenty-one questions will be posted this week.  A third installment of questions will be posted on June 21.


Economic Development in TR: What Do YOU Think?

As I have reported in earlier columns, the City has engaged a Madison-based consulting firm to assist with economic development strategic planning.

The team from Redevelopment Resources, LLC has conducted research on the community.  They have met so far with over 85 local business and community representatives, individually and in focus groups.


Dog Ban at Festivals Not Likely This Year

As I reported in my May 10 column, the City Council’s May 22 work session agenda included discussion of a possible ordinance change to generally ban dogs from major downtown festivals.