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Assistant City Managers
Bill Atkinson
Bill Atkinson joined Missouri City in 2007 as assistant city manager. He brings more than 13 years of experience as a city manager to this position. Prior to coming to Missouri City, Atkinson was the city manager for the City of Sachse, in the Dallas Metroplex for 8 years. While in that position, Atkinson directed the development of a comprehensive plan for the city, Capital Improvements Plan and facilitated the development and approval of large bond program. Represented the City during negotiations of an interlocal agreement for the construction of the President George H. W. Bush Turnpike. In addition the community was recognized for its outstanding financial position. Prior to that he served as the City Manager for five years in Dewey,Oklahoma.

Memberships & Education
He is a member of the International City / County Management Association and the Texas City Management Association.

Atkinson earned a Bachelor of Science in Public Administration from the University of Central Arkansas and a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Arkansas.

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 Bill Atkinson
Scott Elmer
Scott Elmer was named Assistant City Manager in June 2011. Prior to his appointment, Elmer served as Director of Public Works/City Engineer from 2006 - 2011 and as Assistant Public Works Director / City Engineer from 2000 to 2006. Elmer started his career with Missouri City in November 1995 as an engineering technician. Prior to coming to Missouri City, he was employed at QRI, Inc., as a vice president and with the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers as a project manager.

Awards & Education
Elmer holds the prestigious honor of being named a 2008 Top Ten Public Works Leader of the Year by the American Public Works Association (APWA). He has also received the:
  • APWA National Emerging Leader in Public Works Award in 2000
  • Texas Public Works Association Public Works Leader of the Year in 2002
  • Texas Society of Professional Engineers Young Engineer of the Year Award in 2001

He earned a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the University of Houston and a Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice from the University of Louisiana - Monroe.

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 Scott Elmer