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Christy Warner

For City Mayor

Qualified, Effective & Sincere.

I don’t have an agenda! Kimball is facing an exciting but challenging time. The amount of work the City has to accomplish is more than most people realize. I plan to work hard with all the people and entities that need to be involved in the different projects we will be faced with to complete them in a timely, responsible manner.

The Leadership Our Town Needs

To be part of making Kimball a place where kids eventually want to return home to someday because there are things the town can offer them such as good jobs, quality of life and a sense of community.

A Vision For The Future

To be part of making Kimball a place where kids eventually want to return home to someday because there are things the town can offer them such as good jobs, quality of life and a sense of community.


Changes & Challenges Ahead

The growth Kimball is starting to experience has happened before. I appreciate the work of generations who came before us and recognize the quality of life we take for granted in such a safe and small community. However, to meet the upcoming challenges Kimball will inevitably face, we will have to acknowledge our communities’ weaknesses and improve upon and utilize our strengths to capture opportunities.

Kimball’s Projects

Clean Harbors Expansion
Airport Repairs
New Hospital Construction Project
Canterbury – Horse Races / Casino / Resort
GBSD Project

Qualified, Effective & Sincere.

I have experience working with multiple resources and organizations to reach a win-win solution, getting things accomplished. I can respect how things began, recognize the need for adjustments to be made and think outside the box to find ways to make things work well. I find it good practice to hold conversations with people who may disagree or have concerns, listening to other perspectives, giving accurate information and addressing the details makes a difference.


About Christy

I am a Kimball native who left after high school. While I was gone, I had three children, obtained my Associates Degree in Business Management and a Human Resources Certification along with working in multiple fields including real estate management and business management.  

As an Army wife, I was honored to have received the (Commander’s Award for Public Service) in 2001 . Moving to different duty stations around the nation allowed me to experience a wide range of schools, cultures and differences giving me perspectives and gratitude for the things Kimball has to offer.

I currently use the knowledge and skills I gained to work for Kimball County as the Human Resources Advisor and Transit Administrator. My ability to address the needs of the public, manage government projects and funding have been recognized at the local, state and federal levels.

While working for Kimball County, I have been elected to the Kimball City Council twice and am now back on the council as an appointment. I am grateful to the community I serve for supporting me during election, and am grateful for the Councils approval of my recent appointment. I am passionate about the betterment of our community and feel the choices City Council makes are bigger than any one person.

My personal goal for Kimball is simple: I want the council to be a driving force for providing future generations with a community they are proud to call home. Kimball can and should be a place that our young people want to come back to, it should be a place for them to invest in. I plan to use my experience and knowledge to help the Kimball area reverse its declining population and re-grow into a vibrant and stable community.


Mission & Values

While the Mayor doesn’t have as much power to get things accomplished as the whole Council does, it’s important to be able to sit down at the table and involve a wide variety of organizations and people to accomplish a diverse set of goals.

From the railroad to oil our town has a rich history of economic booms.  We as a community need to get prepared to manage the boom we are headed for. Thoughtfully taking advantage of the economic impact to stabilize our small community for years to come. Knowing when to make quick tough decisions as we ramp up on the boom and not overspending tax dollars by slowing down in time to level out.

My Track Record Serving Kimball

  • Western Nebraska Economic Development – As a City County member I was one of the original organizing member .
  • ED Board – Served on the ED board before running for City Council
  • Kimball Co Transit Services – Transformed the Handibus into a regional service supported by multiple governmental and non-profit entities. Increasing Kimball residents’ ridership over 225% in the course of 3 years and rehabilitated a dilapidated building that sat vacant for decades.
  • FTA Award – received the 2021 Connecting Rural Communities Award for the leadership and community work done at the transit
  • National Planning Conference – Transit building is being presented at a national planning conference April 2022

My Qualifications –

  • Real Estate Management
  • Business Management
  • Human Resources
  • Kimball-lite
  • Worldly Experience via Military
  • Serve WA State Governor’s Board

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Find Out About All the Changes Coming to Our Town…

Long-term stable community happens through collaboration. With the resources we now have, it’s only a matter of working together, and thinking outside the box to achieve our community goals.

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