Meet Assistant City Manager Rod Hill

Rod Hill assumed the duties of Assistant City Manager in August of 2019.   He oversees Human Resources, Information Technology, Code Enforcement, and the Community Relations Divisions.  He also has responsibility for risk management, and the contracts for solid waste, animal care and control, and law enforcement services. 

Rod brings with him a wealth of knowledge and 31 years of experience in local government.  He started his career in the Finance Department at the City of Brea and the City of Anaheim.  He worked his way up to Assistant Finance Director at the City of Redlands where his responsibilities also included Information Technology, Risk Management, Accounting and Budgeting.  Mr. Hill was appointed Director of Administrative Services for the City of Whitter in 2003.  During his 17-year tenure in Whittier his responsibilities grew to include Director of Human Resources, City Treasurer, Emergency Management, and Animal Control. 


Mr. Hill earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration at the University of La Verne, and his Master of Public Administration degree from Anna Maria College in Massachusetts.  His education also includes certificates in Accounting for Governmental and Non-Profit Organizations, and Emergency Management for Government and Public Sector.


Volunteerism has played a big role in his life including service as a Park Ranger (Reserve) in Orange County, an Adjunct Instructor at the California Specialized Training Institute, and a member of the West Valley Search and Rescue Team of the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.  Mr. Hill and his wife Laurie have lived in Chino for 29 years. They have three adult children.  

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“I am very happy to be working for the City of Chino Hills and am excited to put my 31 years of training and experience to use by working along side some very dynamic, skilled, and professional   colleagues and City Council members. It's an honor to serve the residents of Chino Hills."

Rod Hill, Assistant City Manager

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