Brent McFall joined the City of Westminster as city manager in May 2001. McFall previously served from 1994 to 2001 as the chief administrative officer in Kent, Washington, a city of 75,000 in the Seattle metropolitan area. Prior to leading the City of Kent, McFall served from 1990 to 1994 as the first city manager for the City of Federal Way, Washington. McFall’s experience also includes several management positions in cities throughout Kansas, including Emporia, Merriam and Lawrence. During his tenure in Westminster, McFall has led development efforts that have resulted in successful projects such as The Orchard Town Center, The Shops at Walnut Creek, and numerous redevelopment projects in south Westminster. Westminster has been recognized by the United Nations with its Livable Communities Award for Environmental Sensitivity, by the National Recreation and Parks Association with its Gold Medal Award for Excellence, and by the International City/County Management Association Center for Performance Measurement as one of the leaders in municipal performance measurement practices. McFall received the Washington City Management Association’s Award of Excellence in 1994 and again in 1998 for his leadership at the cities of Federal Way and Kent. He also received the Circle of Honor award from the Highline Community College Foundation. In 2006, McFall was awarded the Edwin O. Stene award for Managerial Excellence. McFall has served as a board member for the Washington City Management Association, as board president and treasurer for the Federal Way Boys and Girls Club, as president of the Kansas University MPA Alumni, and as a member of the International City Management Association. McFall holds a bachelor of arts and a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Kansas. McFall currently serves on the Board of Directors of the North Metro Chamber of Commerce, the Westminster Legacy Foundation and the Advisory Board of the Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute.