CAMAS, WA – Camas City Administrator Jamal Fox announced today that he will be resigning from the City, effective 5 pm, Friday, July 9.
“The City of Camas has been a great opportunity for me as your City Administrator. Former Mayor Barry McDonnell, staff and the community have been welcoming, and I think we have accomplished a lot in my time here,” Fox said. “It is my belief that the organization is stronger with the enhanced processes and the right leaders in the right places to continue the great work we began together. I am encouraged by the team and excited about the future opportunities that exist for this City.”
During his tenure with Camas, Fox led many projects and process improvements, and guided the City through various issues that impacted operations in 2020, including the COVID-19 pandemic.
Among other accomplishments, Fox added to staff, restructured various processes, and worked to implement former Mayor Barry’s McDonnell’s vision of Land, People and Honesty.
“I want to thank Jamal for his leadership during some unprecedented times,” said Mayor Pro Tem Ellen Burton. “His work with staff and his leadership during his time in Camas has helped guide the City into the future. We wish him nothing but the best,” Burton said.
Burton is currently working to name an interim replacement to serve in the role in Fox’s absence. The City will eventually conduct a national search to find Fox’s replacement.