Bill Hill serves as the City Manager for the City of Shavano Park, located in the San Antonio Metropolitan Area, approximately 12 miles north of downtown San Antonio. The City is a Type A General Law City operating under a Council/City Manager form of government consisting of five council members and an elected Mayor. The city maintains its own water system, provides fire and EMS services, police protection, street maintenance, public works, and a municipal court. Prior to this, Hill served as the Chief of Staff at U.S. Army South, responsible for coordinating all Army activities in Central and South America. He is a 3rdgeneration Army brat following a long line of graduates from the Corps of Cadets at Texas A&M. Hill served the Army for 30 years retiring as a Colonel in key assignments such as a Strategic Planner for the Department of the Army and the Director of Operations for 3rd Army which was responsible for coordinating support activities supporting Iraq, Afghanistan and across the Middle East. His most rewarding assignment was serving as the City Manager (Garrison Commander) of Fort Hood (2007-2010) where 1 in 10 active army Soldiers were stationed during the war. Hill efforts supported the constant deployments of our Soldiers, took care of their Families, and made significant improvements to infrastructure and quality of life at Fort Hood, which received over 80 award recognitions. He also commanded the 4th Squadron, 7th U.S. Cavalry along the North South Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) where he served as the Commander (City Manager) of two military Camps (small cities).
He holds a BBA in Finance from Texas A&M University, a MBA in Individual Financial Planning from City University and a MS in National Security Strategy.
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