Brenda Wolf has been promoted as the new City Clerk for the City of Manhattan, effective November 2, 2019. Wolf has served as Deputy City Clerk for Manhattan since 2016.
Wolf is responsible for internal and external communications in relation to the City Commission, management of the City’s Records Retention and Disposition Program, maintaining records of all City Commission meetings and established advisory boards, and serves a primary role with public papers, official documents, minutes, ordinances, contracts, resolutions, deeds, easements, and historical records.
"Brenda's strong administrative skills and her ability to provide outstanding customer service, coupled with her Certified Municipal Clerk background, made her the natural choice to be Manhattan's next City Clerk. Her tenure in the City Manager's Office will make her promotion from Deputy City Clerk to City Clerk seamless," says City Manager, Ron Fehr.
Wolf has worked for the City of Manhattan since 1992, beginning her career with the City as an Account Clerk II in the Finance Department/City Clerk’s Office. She was promoted to Assistant City Clerk in 2008, and then Deputy City Clerk in 2016.
“The wonderful people I work with, who over the years have become more like friends and family than coworkers, along with the challenges of each day, have made this an extremely rewarding environment. I enjoy going to work each day and look forward to serving the City in this new role,” says Wolf.
Brenda can be reached at 785-587-2404 or via email.