Greeley welcomes new Budget and Policy Director, Caleb Weitz to lead all-new Budget and Policy Department
GREELEY, Colo. — The City of Greeley welcomes Caleb Weitz to lead the city’s new Budget and Policy Department.
Weitz’s professional background spans over a dozen years in local government roles. His experience includes Assistant Director for the Office of Management and Budget for the County of Loudoun, Virginia, and previously the Chief of Staff for the Office of the County Administrator.
Among his accomplishments, Weitz coordinated the development of the Loudoun County Administrator’s proposed operating budgets and managed the meeting process with the Board of Supervisors through budget adoption. Weitz also oversaw a tax policy study that resulted in significant adjustments to the county’s approach to revenue budgeting and fiscal reserve planning. Weitz’s local government experience in a high-growth and fast-changing community is an ideal fit for the City of Greeley.
With the City of Greeley, Weitz will lead the budget and policy vision and strategy for the city. He will also focus on organizational initiatives as he oversees the management of a robust team of budget analysts and capital improvement program staff. In his role as Budget and Policy Director, Weitz will actively engage with the community as he works alongside the Citizen’s Budget Advisory Committee to ensure funds are spent in the community’s best interest.
“We are excited to welcome Caleb as our new Budget and Policy Director,” said City Manager Raymond Lee. “Caleb’s expertise will be instrumental in shaping our budget year priorities and ensuring sound fiscal management for the city of Greeley.”
Weitz received his Master of Public Administration from George Mason University and studied Political Science for his bachelor’s degree from Grove City College.
“As the Budget and Policy Director for the City of Greeley, I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to work with such a strong group of professionals to positively impact the lives of our residents and contribute to the growth and prosperity of our community,” said Weitz.
Weitz’s first day in his new role will be February 15.
Jan 25, 2024