Malcolm Fleming brings experience, accolades, and enthusiasm in his role as Town Administrator to the Town of Erie. His notable 25 years of experience in local government comes as a City Manager of Louisville and most recently as the Interim City Administrator in Manitou Springs. In the realm of municipal management he was recognized in 2016 as 'Manager of the Year' by Colorado City and County Management Association.
Malcolm has a significant record of accomplishments in community engagement, place making and community development, attainable housing, economic development, strategic planning, coordinating media relations, environmental sustainability, financing and executing large capital, infrastructure and IT projects, teambuilding, fiscal stewardship, negotiations and municipal innovation.
Malcolm earned his Master’s degree in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School and his Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Supervision from Northern Arizona University.
The Town of Erie is a statutory municipality operating under the Town board / Town administrator form of government. Under this form of government, the Board of Trustees serves as the legislative and governing body of the Town, while the Town Administrator administers the day-to-day operations of the Town.
The Town Administrator's Role
Appointed by and serving at the pleasure of the Board of Trustees, the town administrator is the chief operating and administrative officer of the Town and is responsible for providing professional leadership in the administration and execution of policies and objectives formulated by the board.