To assist City Council in being stewards of public resources by executing its vision through strategic planning, fostering partnerships, delivering on promises, investing in our workforce, and setting the standard of quality service delivery.
City Organizational Chart - FY24
Wayne Reed has more than 25 years of local government experience in both Colorado and Texas. Prior to arriving in Cibolo, in July 2021, he worked for the City of Georgetown as Assistant City Manager. He elevates people and organizations to understand their purpose while delivering exceptional services today and equipping them to create a better tomorrow.
Wayne has been successful in building high-performing municipalities by focusing people, departments, and services on a values based culture with a framework of being Vision Inspired, Mission Focused, Values Driven, and Performance Based
. In 2021 he championed the adoption of the City's "Core Values" (Professional Development, Accountability, Respect, Teamwork, and Integrity) through employee led, values building workshops. In 2022, he facilitated a workshop and sessions to assist the City Council in developing and adopting its first Strategic Plan. In 2022, following the adoption of Council's Strategic Plan, he oversaw the development of department business plans to implement the Council's top goals and priorities and to identify key performance indicators. In 2023, Wayne championed the implementation of the first city wide performance management program (PMP). Annually, Wayne assists the City Council in updating its Strategic Plan.
While with the City of Georgetown, Wayne led development-related departments, including planning, public works, systems engineering, permitting and inspections, as well as human resources and community services. He was instrumental in leading the City's administration of special-purpose districts, like Municipal Utility Districts (MUDs) and Public Improvement Districts (PIDs), to facilitate responsible growth management.
Wayne is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a Master's Degree in Urban Planning and a Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Design. He also served as a sergeant with the U.S. Army Reserve. Wayne is a member of the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) and is a credentialed manager. As the City Manager of Cibolo, Wayne assists City Council in being stewards of public resources by executing its vision through strategic planning, fostering partnerships, delivering on promises, investing in our workforce, and setting the standard of quality service delivery.
Bryan Hugghins was appointed to Executive Director of Safety and Infrastructure in March 2023. He began his career in the City of Cibolo as a support services lieutenant with the Police Department. Bryan was promoted to Chief of Police in March 2018 and has a career spanning thirty years in local government.
Bryan received his B.A. in Criminal Justice Administration from Columbia Southern University. He is recognized by the State of Texas as a Certified Public Manager (CPM.) He is a graduate of the 250th Session of the FBI National Academy, Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas Leadership Command College, and the International Association of Chiefs of Police Leadership in Police Organizations. Bryan is a member of the Texas City Management Association (TCMA) and the International City/County Management Association (ICMA.) He enjoys sharing his passion for leadership with others and is committed to building and fostering a positive culture in the City of Cibolo while demonstrating the City’s core values.
As Executive Director of Safety and Infrastructure, Bryan is responsible for the direct oversight of several departments, including Police, Public Works, and Information Services.
All City departments and service areas strive to provide excellent customer service to the citizens, businesses, and visitors of Cibolo. If you have a question regarding City services or wish to discuss City operations, you may contact the City Manager's Office for assistance in identifying the correct department to address their needs. Any person who is not satisfied with the services they are receiving from the City is strongly encouraged to contact the City Manager's Office and report any concerns they may have.