About David Frasher
David Frasher began his career as a patrol officer in Independence, Missouri. After less than four years with the police department, he was promoted to detective, a role in which he completed independent investigations into numerous cases. Subsequently, David Frasher turned to the legal field, starting as a law clerk for Judge Robert G. Coats of the Alaska Court of Appeals and working his way up to ownership of his own private law office.
In 1999, David Frasher accepted his first position in city government. As the City Administrator for Oak Grove, Missouri, he oversaw a range of management areas, including budgeting and finance, strategic planning, and public works. In the following years, he employed this experience as a City Admimistrator for Ashland, Wisconsin, and then as City Manager for Grants Pass, Oregon. Most recently, he served a five-year term in Oregon City, Oregon, as City Manager. In January 2016, David Frasher was appointed City Manager of Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Alongside his professional obligations, David Frasher has supported the charitable and industry efforts of organizations such as Rotary International and the ICMA Fund for Professional Development. An active member of the field, he holds credentials from the ICMA.