KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The new Klamath Falls City Manager is Nathan Cherpeski.
He was selected from an applicant pool of 58 from which three finalists were selected and will move from a Colorado town where he held the same position.
“We are very pleased to find a candidate with strong leadership skills to help Klamath Falls
continue to move forward. Nathan’s training, experience, and passion made him the number one candidate for all of council,” said Council President Trish Seiler.
His tenure begins Feb. 1 pending the approval of his employment contract.
In a release, Cherpeski said he is looking forward to helping realize the community’s vision.
“I am very excited by this opportunity. We look forward to making Klamath Falls our home and raising our kids here. It is a wonderful community,” Cherpeski said.
Jim Hunter remains the interim city manager until February.