Subject Area Expertise: Small City Governance, Financial Administration, Public Works, Project Management, Information Technology and Broadband, Public Policy, Government Financial Administration, Sustainability, Conservation, Solid Waste Management, Recycling, Bond Elections and Leadership.
Micah E Grau, who started work with the City of Buda as assistant city manager in January 2017, serves as the City’s interim city manager and deputy city manager. As interim city manager, Grau is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the City, applies strategic direction, implements City Council policies and coordinates community issues. Prior to joining the City of Buda, Grau was interim city manager and assistant city manager for the City of Hutto. He also had served at Hutto’s Director of Finance, as well as its Budget and Special Projects Coordinator.
Grau has served in leadership positions with the Texas City Managers Association and is a member of International City Managers Association (ICMA). He is a Certified Mediator, ICMA Certified Manager, and attended the Strategic Government Resources Supervisor’s Academy.
Grau earned his Master of Public Administration degree from Texas State University and his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Texas A&M University.