Kevin Hugman

City Manager

(972) 780-5069

Welcome to the City of Duncanville!

duncanville-logo-mainSituated just minutes from both downtown Dallas and downtown Fort Worth, Duncanville offers the repose of a small town while maintaining vital access to everything that makes DFW what it is today. The minute you walk into a store or business, you will immediately sense the warm, friendly community atmosphere found only in Duncanville. Quality families are the cornerstones of this inviting city. As a result, traditional family values permeate the community creating safe and inviting place to start a family and a business. With a reputation for excellence in both education and athletics, Duncanville is also committed to recruiting top businesses to provide first-rate services.

As City Manager, I invite you to visit us and see what Duncanville has to offer. We hope that you will agree that Duncanville provides the Perfect Blend of Family, Community and Business.

Kevin Hugman
City Manager

  • Kevin's Bio

    Kevin Hugman grew up in San Antonio, Texas, and attended the University of Texas at Austin where he received his B.S. degree in Architectural Engineering. Upon graduation, Kevin received his commission in the U.S. Navy and served on nuclear submarines. Following active duty, he was employed by TU Electric (now Luminant Energy) as an engineer at Comanche Peak nuclear power plant. In 1994, Kevin earned his Masters in Public Administration from the University of Texas at Arlington. He began his public sector career with the city of Southlake, Texas, serving in a variety of capacities, including Director of Community Services (parks, recreation, library services) and Director of Human Resources. In January 2010, he became Assistant City Manager for the city of Wichita Falls, having oversight of Community Development, Parks and Recreation and Public Information. He was also the staff liaison to the Wichita Falls Economic Development Corporation and the Type B Sales Tax Corporation.

    Kevin became City Manager of Duncanville on March 2, 2015. He retired from the US Navy Reserves in 2007 at the rank of Captain after serving 26 years active and Reserve duty. He is married and has two adult children and five grandchildren.

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