About Michael Mallinoff
Michael Mallinoff is the City Manager of the City of Annapolis, with a portfolio that oversees all City Departments and the City budget. Prior to his current service as City Manager, Mallinoff served as acting director of the Annapolis Department of Planning and Zoning from November 2021 to May of 2022.
He was previously the City Manager of the City of Newport, Rhode Island, then helmed the former Annapolis Department of Neighborhood and Environmental Programs from 2003 to 2009, and was Annapolis City Manager from 2009 to 2013.
He also served as County Administrator for Charles County and then as a Department Director at Baltimore County. Mallinoff is a lifetime member of the International City Managers Association (ICMA). The City Charter specifies that the Annapolis City Manager must have: an advanced degree, eight years of experience in local government management, and be familiar with contemporary budgeting and accounting practices.
Mallinoff earned a Doctor of Law (J.D.) from University of Baltimore School of Law, is a member of the Maryland Bar Association, has more than three decades of management experience in government, and has overseen city and county budgets in Newport, Annapolis, and Charles County.
Mallinoff was confirmed by the City Council in July and sworn in as City Manager in August of 2022.