The City Manager's Office also oversees a variety of interdisciplinary programs and initiatives while communicating the City Council's vision and values ... The City Manager serves as the City's Chief Executive Officer, responsible for the day-to-day operation of the City organization and its 800+ employees. The City Manager's Office also oversees a variety of interdisciplinary programs and initiatives while communicating the City Council's vision and values throughout the community and beyond. The City Manager’s Office is responsible for many of the City's centralized functions. The office works to make Hayward one of the Bay Area’s most attractive cities in which to live, work and do business by: Influencing state and federal policies that impact Hayward’s ability to thrive. Actively managing the municipal organization to ensure efficient, cost-effective service delivery Supporting city departments and divisions in efforts to innovate and improve customer experience Providing public information through a wide range of media channels Working to improve our local economy through targeted business attraction and retention Developing and recommending policies that protect the city's fiscal foundation; and Implementing public policies adopted by the City Council Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Hayward Forward - Annual Report 2019 Hayward Resident Satisfaction Survey Results Stay informed about what's happening in your neighborhood and around town.
Jun 18, 2018 ... Hayward City Manager Kelly McAdoo's one-year, $254,072 contract expires on June 30. The council Tuesday night wants to extend it five months ... EBCITIZEN.COM | EAST BAY POLITICS SINCE 2009 Steven Tavares June 18, 2018 Hayward, Hayward City Council, housing, Uncategorized Hayward city manager, who received low-interest loan to move to city, wants relocation expenses Amid a growing housing crisis in Hayward, City Manager Kelly McAdoo received a low-interest loan last year to purchase a home in the city. Hayward councilmembers approved the loan as part of McAdoo’s current one-year, $254,072 contract in order to support, but not instruct her, to lay roots in the city. As concerns and outright fear is being voiced at Hayward council meetings for months, news of McAdoo’s favorable housing benefit is not widely known. Now, as part of negotiations, currently underway, between the council and McAdoo for five-year contract, comes a proposal to offer her up to $12,000 in relocation expenses following her move to Hayward. McAdoo’s contract is set to expire on June 30. On Tuesday, the council will discuss extended the contract to Nov. 30, while negotiations over a long-term extension continue. Included in the agenda item is the proposed stipend for relocation expenses. Hayward City Manager Kelly McAdoo’s one-year, $254,072 contract expires on June 30. The council Tuesday night wants to extend it five months in order to continue negotiations for a new five-year deal. McAdoo currently pays five percent of her salary toward CalPERS and 20 percent of health benefits, according to the city. A survey done by the city last March found McAdoo’s salary and benefits rank 15 percent below “mid-market” contracts in similar jurisdictions.
Kelly McAdooKelly McAdoo began working for the City of Hayward in October 2010 and was appointed City Manager by City Council on August 1, 2016. Kelly McAdoo began working for the City of Hayward in October 2010 and was appointed City Manager by City Council on August 1, 2016. She serves as the Chief Executive Officer for this municipal corporation of over 800 employees. Prior to joining the Hayward team, she worked four years with the City of Palo Alto as the Deputy City Manager, Assistant to the City Manager, and Division Manager of Arts and Sciences. From 1999 through 2006, she worked for the City of Fremont, California in a variety of capacities for the City Manager's Office, Fire Department, and Development & Environmental Services Department. Ms. McAdoo earned Bachelor's degrees in Political Science, Economics and International Studies and a Master's degree in Public Administration, all from the University of Kansas. She is an active member of the International City/County Management Association (ICMA), the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and the Municipal Management Association of Northern California (MMANC). Ms. McAdoo also completed the two-year Leadership ICMA program in 2010 and received a Rising Star Award from MMANC at the 2012 Women's Leadership Summit. As the Manager for the Economic Development Division for the City of Hayward, Micah has helped to bring in over $1 billion in private investment and over 1,000 residential housing units with development of Catalyst projects including: Lincoln Landing residential mixed-use (former Mervyn’s HQ), Shea Industrial, two grocery stores, revitalization of Hayward Auto Row with the attraction and retention of franchise auto dealerships, and four business stay hotels which include Marriott Residence Inn and Marriott Springhill Suites. Prior to working for Hayward, Micah served as Assistant City Manager of Cotati in Sonoma County, where he led the city’s economic development program, risk management, and information technologies functions among a host of other duties.
Nov 26, 2018 ... The Hayward City Council's lengthy courtship of City Manager Kelly McAdoo ends Tuesday night with a new five-year contract extension. EBCITIZEN.COM | EAST BAY POLITICS SINCE 2009 Steven Tavares November 26, 2018 Hayward, Hayward City Council, Hayward city manager, Uncategorized Hayward set to give city manager 5-year contract extension Hayward City Manager Kelly McAdoo was one of the lowest-paid heads of city government in the region, according to the Hayward officials. The Hayward City Council’s lengthy courtship of City Manager Kelly McAdoo ends Tuesday night with a new five-year contract extension. McAdoo, who became Hayward city manager in August 2016, will receive an 18 percent boost in base salary over the life of the agreement. The council is set to formally approve the extension at Tuesday night’s meeting. Under terms of the deal, McAdoo new contract will run from Dec. 1, 2018 through June 30, 2023. McAdoo currently earns $271,227 in base salary under a short-term contract negotiated last June. Starting in June 2019, she will earn $295,637 in base salary ($409,431 in total salary and benefits). McAdoo’s compensation then increases to $301,550 starting in June 2020 through the final three years of the contract. Total salary and benefits also rise to $442,911 in Fiscal Year 2021, and slightly increase to $449,978 and $455,793 by Fiscal Year 2023. McAdoo severance package also doubles from three-to-six months under the new deal. A total compensation survey will be conducted by the city in 2021 to inform the council whether or not to negotiate further salary adjustments. According to the city, McAdoo’s compensation languished near the bottom of comparably sized cities in the region. Based on a series of council actions over the past year, it appears elected officials–content with McAdoo’s performance during her first two years on the job–feared losing her services to another city.
Sep 11, 2018 ... Hayward City Manager Kelly McAdoo recently announced the appointment of
Jennifer Ott as Deputy City Manager for the City of Hayward.
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