The City Manager Department establishes the City's organization, directs and supervises administration of all departments; enforces all laws, charter provisions and Commission policies; keeps the Commission abreast of policy matters; submits annual operating and capital budget to Commission; and reports to the Commission on the financial and administrative activities of the City.
Jennifer K. Bramley joined the City of Coral Springs in August 1990 as an Assistant Planner. She worked progressively more responsible positions in the Community Development Department from Assistant Planner to Chief Planner. During those years, Jennifer was instrumental in the development the Slice of the Springs meetings, the Development of Regional Impact for Downtown Coral Springs, the Community Redevelopment Agency and special projects, such as Public Art and traffic management. She was pleased to contribute to the City’s efforts to win the Governor's Sterling Award for quality and organizational excellence in 1997 and 2003.
In 2007, Jennifer joined the City of Tamarac as Director of Community Development where she was responsible for five divisions, consisting of Code Compliance, Planning and Zoning, Housing and Neighborhoods, Economic Development and Business Revenue. Jennifer returned to the City of Coral Springs as Deputy City Manager in August 2013. Jennifer was appointed City Manager of Dunedin in August 2017. She oversees the day-to-day operations of 370 employees who serve 37,500 residents.
Jennifer holds a Bachelors of Art in Political Science from Florida Atlantic University. She completed the University of Virginia Darden School of Business Leadership Development course in 2007, and the FIU Academy of Strategic Management in 1998. She is also a member of the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) and Florida City & County Management Association (FCCMA).
Contact Jennifer K. Bramley:
City Hall, 542 Main St.
Dunedin, FL 34698