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The City of Burleson recently named Robert Ranc as its new deputy city manager. In his role, Robert will provide leadership and oversee efforts related to the fire department, fire marshal office, neighborhood services, which encompasses code compliance, animal services and environmental services. He will also oversee the recreation and lifelong learning department, which includes the parks systems, Burleson Recreation Center, public library, senior center and Russell Farm Art Center. Ranc assumed his new role on Jan. 10, 2018.
“Robert’s enthusiasm and passion for serving will make him a great fit as Burleson’s new deputy city manager,” said Dale Cheatham, city manager of Burleson. “Robert came from Lehi City, Utah, one of the fastest growing cities in the country, where he oversaw countless projects in a fast-paced environment. We are excited to have Robert as part of our team.”
Prior to taking this position in Burleson, Ranc served as the assistant city administrator of Lehi City, Utah for over two years. During his time in Lehi City, he held various positions in the city administrator’s office working closely with economic development, community development, leisure serves and capital improvement projects. He joined Lehi City in 2013 as the Assistant to the City Administrator. Previously, Ranc worked in Ogden City, Utah as a project coordinator where he led efforts in researching and analyzing a variety of complex economic development projects. Ranc also spent six years in the United States Air Force as a Persian-Farsi linguist where he received awards from the United States Department of Defense for his work.
Ranc received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Brigham Young University in 2010, and he received his master’s degree in Public Administration in 2012, also from Brigham Young University. Ranc is a member of the International City Management Association (ICMA).