Gregory T. Doyon - City Manager

City of Great Falls Montana

Greg Doyon is originally from Windham, Maine. He is a graduate of the University of Southern Maine with a B.A. in Communications.  In 1995, he earned a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho.  

Greg serves as the City Manager for the City of Great Falls, Montana. He oversees the daily operations of the City and enforces the policies adopted by the Mayor and four City Commissioners. His duties include supervising all City departments, preparing an annual budget, and appointing employees.

City Manager Doyon currently serves on the Executive Board of the Montana Defense Alliance (MTDA) and is a Co-Facilitator with Air Force Community Partnership Program involving Malmstrom Air Force Base and the Montana Air National Guard.  Greg also serves on the Board of Directors for the Montana Municipal Interlocal Authority.

Greg is a graduate of the Leadership Great Falls Class of 2009.   He is an International City/County Managers Association (ICMA) Credentialed Public Manager and Certified Public Manager through the National Certified Public Manager Consortium. In 2011, he attended the ICMA Senior Executive Institute at the University of Virginia’s Colgate Darden School of Business.  In 2014, Greg was a named an ICMA Fellow and awarded a scholarship to participate in the Harvard Kennedy School of Government’s Senior Executives in State and Local Government Program. 

Greg has a broad base of public sector service including service as a reserve police officer, emergency medical technician, recreation director, planning director, and town administrator. He has also served in the private sector as a Director of Planning, for a national skilled nursing and assisted-living company.

City Manager Doyon has over 17 years experience working with city councils/commissions and municipal departments, administering and supervising budget development, long-term planning, and staff development.