Jeff Tyne, ICMA-CM
Deputy City Manager, Operations and Administrative Services
Appointed on March 5, 2013, Tyne has been with the city since 1997 managing the city’s budget and performance management processes. Most recently, he was the Budget Director. In 2011, Tyne was the Interim Community Services Director, upon the retirement of the long tenured director, enabling him to gain valuable operational experience. Over a 15 month period, Tyne oversaw a complex department, gaining important experience in direct service delivery. In 2012, Tyne was the staff team leader that successfully negotiated the new 20 year extensions with the Seattle Mariners and San Diego Padres.
As Deputy City Manager, Tyne oversees the Public Works-Utilities Department, Peoria Fire Department, Peoria Police Department and the Intergovernmental and Council Affairs Department
Tyne is a 20-year veteran of local government. Prior to his current position, Jeff served as the Management and Budget Director, as well as Interim Community Services Director for the City of Peoria. Jeff has previously worked for the cities of Glendale and Chandler, Arizona, and as an analyst with a local government consulting firm based in southern California.
Jeff currently serves as Chair for the GFOA national standing committee on Economic Development and Capital Planning. He is also a Board Trustee for the Arizona State Retirement System. Jeff is a past president for the Government Finance Officers Association of Arizona, and was active with the ICMA Emerging Leaders Development Program.
Tyne earned his Masters Degree in Public Administration from Arizona State University, and has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from Arizona State. He has been a training instructor for GFOA in the areas of capital planning, budget and performance management.
*ICMA, the International City/County Management Association, develops and advances professional local government management to create sustainable communities through professional development and a code of ethics.