Mohave County
May 2024
Volume 24 Issue 3

Kingman’s City Clerk Annie Meredith earns renowned Master Municipal Clerk Certification, enhancing city’s governance

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August 2023

KINGMAN – The City of Kingman is proud to announce that its dedicated City Clerk, Annie Meredith, has earned the esteemed Master Municipal Clerk certification from the renowned International Institute of Municipal Clerks. This accomplishment highlights Meredith’s commitment to excellence in her profession and her dedication to serving Kingman and its residents.
The International Institute of Municipal Clerks, founded in 1947, is a distinguished professional nonprofit association that serves the needs of municipal clerks, secretaries, treasurers, recorders and other allied associations worldwide. With more than 14,500 members, the institute’s primary mission is to promote the continuing education and professional development of municipal experts.
The Master Municipal Clerk certification is more than a symbol—it signifies a level of proficiency and mastery in administrative skills crucial to good governance. This advanced designation is the result of a rigorous educational and professional program designed to equip participants with the expertise needed to handle complex municipal duties efficiently.
Upon achieving this prestigious milestone, Meredith said, “I am truly honored to have earned the MMC certification from the International Institute of Municipal Clerks. I am grateful to the City of Kingman, which supports my professional development.”
City Manager Ron Foggin also expressed his pride in Meredith’s accomplishment, saying, “Annie’s pursuit of excellence sets a shining example for our team. I have no doubt that her knowledge and expertise will continue to contribute significantly to the growth and success of Kingman.”
As Meredith joins the ranks of more than 1,300 Master Municipal Clerks worldwide, the City of Kingman extends its warmest congratulations and looks forward to the continued benefits her expertise and dedication will bring to the city and its residents. Her achievement underscores Kingman’s commitment to developing a team of skilled professionals dedicated to enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of municipal governance.
Kingman, a city steeped in history and community spirit, serves as the backdrop for this remarkable achievement. Founded in 1882 and incorporated in 1952, Kingman holds the distinction of being the county seat of Mohave County. Nestled in northwest Arizona, it is conveniently located along Interstate 40, U.S. 93, and the historically famous Route 66.
With a population of 32,689 within the city limits and approximately 60,000 including neighboring communities, Kingman is a vibrant and growing community. It operates under a council/city manager form of government, with a mayor and six councilmembers.
The city government provides a wide range of municipal services that include administration, development services, engineering, public works, parks and recreation, water, sewer and sanitation services, and fire and police. The achievement of Annie Meredith, the city’s dedicated City Clerk, is a testament to the City of Kingman’s commitment to excellence in all aspects of municipal governance.

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