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Gresham City Manager Nina Vetter to move on, resigns from position

December 13, 2023

Nina Vetter has submitted her resignation as City Manager for the City of Gresham, pending Council approval. Friday, Dec. 15 will be her last day.

Vetter joined Gresham in 2021 during a critical point in the organization’s history. During her tenure, she has been instrumental in the development of the City’s first long-term strategic plan, the financial roadmap, as well as organizational culture work. Vetter also expanded public safety efforts through the Safe Gresham initiative, invested in fire station safety improvements and additional safety personnel through American Rescue Plan Act funds, and guided the City in receiving millions in grant funding.  

“I am thankful for the opportunity to serve and proud of what we have accomplished together. I am appreciative of the dedicated staff and the community that I have become part of. The City of Gresham will always have a special place in my heart.” said Vetter. 

City Council is expected to appoint an Interim City Manager later this week. Per the City of Gresham’s charter, the Interim City Manager is a temporary position that shall not exceed six months while the City conducts the search for a permanent City Manager.  

Council will discuss the next steps for the recruitment and hiring process of a new City Manager in the New Year.  

“We are grateful for Nina’s leadership and service to the City of Gresham.” said Gresham Mayor Travis Stovall.