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The Town of Little Elm Public Works Department welcomes Jason Shroyer as Director to replace Kevin Mattingly, who retired after serving the Town more than fourteen years.
Shroyer is not new to Public Works. He worked for six years as the Assistant Director of Infrastructure and Engineering Services for the Town of Addison and was responsible for oversight and management of the water distribution, wastewater collection, storm water collection, streets and traffic operations, solid waste, engineering, construction inspection, and capital improvement project functions. He also served as the Town’s Engineer.
Shroyer earned a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas at San Antonio. He earned his Professional Engineers license in 2015, and also holds licenses with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality in both water distribution and wastewater collection.
"The next steps for the Little Elm Public Works Department would be establishing a plan to expand the department to meet future growth and continue to maintain existing infrastructure," said Shroyer.
During Mattingly's management, the Public Works Department grew significantly and achieved American Public Works Association accreditation, Certificate of Merit Award from Keep Texas Beautiful, the Texas Environmental Leadership Award from the State of Texas Alliance for Recycling in 2016 and came in second in 2017 and 2018 for the Governor’s Community Achievement Award.
In 2019, the Town achieved first place for the Governor’s Community Achievement Award, and as a result, will receive an award amount of $250,000 for beautification projects.
"Kevin was a pivotal part in growing our Public Works department and leaves big shoes to fill," said Deputy Town Manager Doug Peach.
But, Shroyer is ready to lace up and blaze new trails for the department.
"I want to showcase what we do for the public, and make people aware of the functions of the department, the importance of these functions, and how they impact our stakeholders' day-to-day lives," Shroyer said.
The Town of Little Elm Public Works Department consists of storm water management, streets, wastewater, fleet, water, and solid waste divisions.