County Administrative Officer
Amador County Administrative Officer (CAO) Chuck Iley joined the County as CAO in September 2010. As directed by the Amador County Board of Supervisors, responsibilities for the Office of the County Administrative Officer include development and maintenance of the County budget, administrative coordination for all County departments and programs, staff support to the Board of Supervisors and management of specific programs.
Mr. Iley most recently served as the Director of Development Services for Clay County, Florida, a community of 185,000 residents. As the department head, Mr. Iley was responsible for overseeing the engineering, planning, zoning, building and code enforcement divisions. His responsibilities included managing the operations of the Development Services department as well as the development of all Capital Improvement Plan projects, including three bond-funded road widening projects totaling approximately $85 million. Mr. Iley graduated from the University of North Florida, where he attained a master’s degree in business administration, as well as University of Miami, where he received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering. He is also a registered professional engineer in the state of California and once has previously worked for Caltrans, overseeing highway and bridge projects. Mr. Iley has family in the Volcano area and is in the process of relocating his wife Molly and two children, Tricia and Emily, to the area.