Staci Bungard has been named the new Director of Community Development for the City of Ada. Bungard and his department will be responsible for planning and zoning, building services (including inspections and plan review), and code enforcement.
Bungard grew up on a 20,000 acre ranch in eastern Montana with cattle and horses. She graduated from Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana with her undergraduate degree and earned a master’s degree in public administration from Montana State University in Bozeman.
Bungard has nearly 15 years of experience in the community service field having worked in Madison County, Montana, Gillette, Wyoming, Brookings, South Dakota and Watertown, South Dakota.
“I look forward to applying my previous experience and working with the citizens of Ada,” Bungard said.
Bungard is married to her husband Josh who works in construction and landscaping. She has two sisters in Gillette, Wyoming, one sister in Jordan, Montana, and her father resides in Cohagen, Montana.
In his spare time, Bungard enjoys horseback riding, barrel and rope racing, reading, and spending time with friends and family.
“I’m excited to work with the City of Ada and look forward to learning more about the community and making strides to improve the quality of life,” Bungard said.
For more information on the city of Ada, visit our website at www.adaok.com.