Maplewood administrator receives statewide award

Anthony Traxler, assistant city manager and director of public works for the city of Maplewood, was recently honored by the Missouri Municipal League with a statewide recognition, the Mid-County Chamber of Commerce has reported.

Anthony Traxler

Traxler was awarded the Richard R. Noll Award for his professionalism, high standards of accomplishment and ethical conduct, at the Lake of the Ozarks annual Missouri City Managers Association meeting in May.

The award is giving annually.

Traxler has served Maplewood as assistant city manager and director of public works for ten years.


7 thoughts on “Maplewood administrator receives statewide award

  1. Congratulations, Anthony! You deserve this award and the recognition for the great job you do for the City of Maplewood and its citizens!!!

  2. Mr. Traxler is an asset to our community. Has always tried to do the up most for Maplewood.

  3. I had an interaction with Mr. Traxler and I thought very highly of the way he handled the situation. I also spoke to him during a tour of Maplewood led by a firm doing walkability consultation for Maplewood and found him well informed and enthusiastic about interacting with citizens of Maplewood. I’m not surprised to find out he has been recognized for just these characteristics.