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City Manager Mark Rohloff

Mark Rohloff has been City Manager for the city of Oshkosh since 2008. With the leadership and vision of the Oshkosh Common Council, Mark and his staff have transformed the city of Oshkosh into a customer-oriented service organization through strategic planning, employee engagement, and continuous improvement initiatives. Mark has 40 years of experience in local government management, in areas as diverse as finance, economic development, public works, and organizational development. He is committed to the values and goals of the city’s strategic plan, and continuously listens to the community to get ideas on ways we can improve Oshkosh.

Mark currently serves on the Board of Directors for the League of Wisconsin Municipalities and the League’s Mutual Insurance Company, is Vice President of the Wisconsin Urban Alliance, and serves on various non-profit boards in the Oshkosh area. He is a Past President of the Wisconsin City-County Management Association. Mark is also a member of the adjunct faculty in the UW Oshkosh Master of Public Administration program, and is on the Advisory Board for the Whitburn Center for Governance and Policy Research at UW Oshkosh.

Mark believes in working closely with individuals and groups throughout the city to achieve great things for our community. The city of Oshkosh Strategic Plan emphasizes transparency, collaboration, and approaching issues with a “can do” attitude to move Oshkosh forward, and Mark is committed to those values. If you would like City Manager Rohloff to address your fellow neighbors or other community group, please contact his office at (920) 236-5002 or use the contact form below.



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