Doug Enevoldsen is the City Manager for the City of Bixby, one of the fastest growing communities in Oklahoma. Over the course of the past 30 years, Doug has served at the highest levels of state and local government, including working for several mayors and governors and hundreds of legislators, primarily in the areas of economic and fiscal policy, budgeting and public administration. He has a passion for public service, and enjoys building strong organizations and communities in partnership with others.
His career has also included service as:
Legislative Fiscal Staff Director for the Oklahoma House of Representatives
State Comptroller for the State of Oklahoma
Deputy Director of the Oklahoma Office of State Finance
Chief Operating Officer for the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department
City Manager for the City of Kingfisher
Chief of Staff for the Oklahoma House of Representatives
Director of Finance for the Oklahoma County Clerk, and
City Manager for the City of Sand Springs
Doug serves as a board member for the Oklahoma Academy for State Goals, and as a member of the: City Management Association of Oklahoma; International City Managers Association; Coalition of Tulsa Area Governments; Indian Nations Council of Governments; Bixby Metro Chamber; Tulsa Metro Chamber; Bixby Rotary Club; Bixby Optimist Club; Tulsa Global Alliance, and St. Clement’s Church. Doug has also been very active in the Oklahoma Municipal League, is a leader in municipal finance reform, and has been a frequent presenter at conferences and workshops on the topic of municipal finance and budgeting.
Doug has completed all curriculum requirements for a Masters of Arts in Economics from the University of Virginia, and holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Economics and also in Political Science (Intern’tl.Public Admin) from Oklahoma State University. He is married to Jennelle Enevoldsen, Certified Internal Auditor and N.E. District Manager for State Auditor & Inspector Gary Jones. The couple has three adult children, two of whom reside overseas. Doug’s hobbies include cycling, gardening, fly-fishing, and international relations.
Articles of Interest
Healthy Cities Need Healthy Funding Sources
Healthy Cities- Healthy OK, Academy for State Goals
Healthy Cities- Healthy OK, The Plight of Municipal Finance
E-Fairness Comments, Submitted to the US Senate Finance Committee
Some say Oklahoma should plan financially for next disaster
State needs plan to pay disaster aid
Oklahoma finally paying overdue storm bills