The City of League City recently selected Frank LeBlanc to serve as the city’s next Neighborhood Services Manager beginning July 25, 2016.
In this position, LeBlanc will be responsible for the administration of the Code Compliance function including inspections, case management, reporting, case resolution, compliance, board hearings, and code enforcement liens. He is also charged with educating and informing the community, formulating and implementing policies, and supporting citizens and developers with unresolved concerns.
“I am very excited about my new position as the Neighborhood Services Manager”, said LeBlanc. “I have served our community as a code compliance officer for the past eight years and look forward to using my expertise and experiences in this new position.”
LeBlanc has been responsible for various aspects of code compliance throughout the past eight years. As a Senior Code Compliance Officer, he supervised five employees, enforced city ordinances, and coordinated with other departments to meet the needs of the League City community.
“We are excited to have Frank lead Neighborhood Services,” said Paul Menzies, Director of Planning and Development. “In his personal time, he is a referee for the Big 12 and Mountain West conferences and anyone who is a sports fan knows that referees must have attention to detail when calling games. Sound decision-making, professionalism, a keen eye to detail, and leadership skills are all traits that Frank has continuously demonstrated in a personal and professional capacity.”
LeBlanc has more than 30 years of public service experience in code compliance and public safety with the City of Houston, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department and the Texas Army National Guard. He also holds certifications as a Code Enforcement Officer II, International Code Council Residential Building Inspection and as a Floodplain Manager.