Interim City Manager: Katie Schaller-Ward

The City Manager form of government was established in Bowling Green in 1969. Acting as executive agent of the elected officials, the City Manager administers the policies, procedures and directives established by the Board of Commissioners. Oversight and coordination of the daily operations of the City's nine departments and their divisions is the overall responsibility of this position. The Office of City Manager also incorporates the Assistant City Manager/City Clerk's Office, including Office of Purchasing, the Office of Internal Auditor, and the Office of Public Information.

If you would like to contact interim City Manager, Katie Schaller-Ward, you may email her at

City Accomplishments (2006-2012)

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