Charles Yudd has been named Deputy County Administrator, effective July 1, by Loudoun County Administrator Tim Hemstreet.
The position provides direct management and support for the assistant county administrators, who oversee most of the county’s external service agencies, and who serve as liaisons with Constitutional Officers and the courts.
Yudd will continue to oversee the county’s federal and state legislative programs as well as strategic initiatives and special projects.
Yudd began working for the county government in 1997, serving as the Land Use Review Division Manager in the Department of Planning Services before moving to the Office of the County Administrator in 1999. In that capacity, he worked initially in the areas of land use, economic development and development review.
He has also overseen the departments of Animal Services, Building and Development, Economic Development, Planning and Zoning, and Transportation and Capital Infrastructure, and served as liaison to the Loudoun County Public Library.