Wayne T. Pyle, City Manager
Wayne is the city manager and CEO of West Valley City, Utah’s second-largest municipality. In his 14 years with the city, Wayne has had the privilege of witnessing and leading much of the dynamic growth occurring in a suburban community noted in the last decade as one of America’s fastest growing. His responsibility and dedication is to help guide this maturing city to realization of the potential it holds as a prosperous, vital, and wired community of the 21st century. Mr. Pyle holds Master of Public Administration and Bachelor of Arts degrees from Brigham Young University. He has served on and is a member of numerous boards and organizations in professional and volunteer capacities including the International City Manager’s Association, Monticello Charter School Board, Utah Telecommunication Open Infrastructure Agency, and the Boy Scouts of America. He is proud to have served and retired from a 21 year career in the United States Army Reserve.
Wayne enjoys spending his personal time with his wife Sue and their four children. When he’s not at work with the city employees and colleagues he admires so much, he is often in some remote location with hopefully no cell service.
Paul D. Isaac, Assistant City Manager Paul Isaac has worked for West Valley City more than 10 years. He began his career with the city as a Human Resources Manager, and later accepted a position as the Director of Human Resources. In 2003, Isaac was appointed to the position of Assistant City Manager. Mr. Isaac graduated with a B.S. in Business Management from the University of Utah, and later earned a Master’s Degree in Human Resources. Prior to working for West Valley City, Isaac held positions with FMC Corporation, and USS, Inc., a division of USX Corporation.
Nicole Cottle, Assistant City Manager
Nicole Cottle began her career with West Valley City in 1999 as an Assistant City Attorney. She has since been appointed Director of Community and Economic Development and also acts as an Assistant City Manager and the city's General Counsel. She holds a law degree from the University of Wyoming. In addition to her appointed responsibilities, she works on special assignment as the City’s Legislative Liaison, coordinating the City’s legislative priorities during each legislative session.