Deputy City Manager - Dale Fisseler
Dale Fisseler is the Deputy City Manager for the City of Waco, managing the Utilities, (Water, Wastewater Services & WMARSS), Public Works (Engineering/GIS, Traffic and Streets), Building Inspections and Planning Departments. He joined the City of Waco following thirty years of public service with the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth.
Dale was born and raised in the City of Waco and graduated from Richfield High School in 1977. He attended Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas and graduated in 1981 with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Civil Engineering.
Fisseler joined the City of Fort Worth in 1990 as a water production superintendent after eight years of service with Dallas Water Utilities. He was named director of Fort Worth’s Water Department in 1999 and was appointed as Fort Worth City Manager in 2007.
A licensed professional engineer, Fisseler has served as Chair of the Texas A&M Civil Engineering Advisory Board and also serves as a member of the TCU Advisory Board for the School of Science and Engineering and the University of Texas at Arlington Civil Engineering Advisory Committee.
Dale has served as president of the Texas Municipal Utilities Association and the Tarrant County Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Dale and his wife Linda live Waco and have two grown children, Stephanie and Ben.