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Bryce Haderlie named Midvale City’s Assistant City Manager and Administrative Services Director

Post Date:02/07/2019 5:49 PM

Midvale City Mayor Robert Hale, with the consent of the City Council, has appointed Bryce Haderlie as the City's new Assistant City Manager and Administrative Services Director. Bryce replaces Laurie Harvey who served Midvale City for 20 years.

"We are excited to welcome Bryce to our management team,” said Mayor Robert Hale. “He is recognized as one of the top city administrative and management professionals in Utah and is respected by his peers for his authenticity, professionalism, integrity, honesty, and work ethic." 

In his role as Assistant City Manager and Administrative Services Director, Bryce will oversee Finance, Information Technology, Court Administration, Human Resources, City Recorder’s Office, and Municipal Building Authority.

“I am excited for this opportunity to be a part of Midvale City.” Bryce said, “This community is moving forward and has such great leadership that care about its future and the citizens.”

Bryce earned a master’s degree in public administration from Southern Utah University and a bachelor’s degree in business administrative from Utah State University. Go Aggies!

He has extensive experience in city management, finance, administrative services, and public policy. His work experience includes serving as the Assistant City Manager for Cottonwood Heights, Assistant City Manager/Administrative Services Director and Interim City Manager for West Jordan, Town Manager for Brian Head Town and Community Development Superintendent for Brigham City. He is currently serving as the President of the Utah City/County Management Association.

Bryce and Angie, his wife of 30 years have three sons, two of which are married, and their first grandchild. In his free time, Bryce enjoys carpentry, reading and spending time with his family.