About Charlie Riley
In the 50 years that Commissioner Charlie Riley has called Montgomery County home, he has worked to build the legacy of Precinct 2 with conservative ideals that reflect the community values that are critical for a promising future. His strong and stable leadership focuses on developing an infrastructure that allows smart mobility options for commuters and provide easier navigation throughout Precinct 2 and Montgomery County. Besides county roads and bridges, the Commissioner is responsible for a recycling facility, county parks, county sports complexes, and county community buildings. He is one of five who make up the Montgomery County Commissioners Court, whose responsibilities include approving the county’s budget as well as planning for future growth and challenges.
Commissioner Riley was the Operations Manager for Precinct 2 for 13 years prior to being elected Precinct 2 Commissioner in 2014. Discussing current and future goals with local neighborhood associations, combined with active listening and working together, Commissioner Riley endeavors to make Montgomery County Precinct 2 an even more desirable place to live, work and play. He realizes his obligation is to serve the past, present and the future.
Knowledge and experience combined creates a dynamic team of leaders. Putting the safety of all others first, this team leads from the front with straight forward representation for all projects. Their determination to help and represent Montgomery County Precinct 2 is evident through their commitment and diligence. Community connections continue to grow during multiple weekly meetings and events. Together, they support the supervisors and their crews who fulfill the daily jobs of developing and maintaining the Precinct 2 community.
This skilled team of Supervisors meet the jobs head on with perseverance and integrity. They manage dedicated crews who are focused on taking care of Precinct 2 in all types of weather and conditions. Guiding the work crews safely is their number one focus. The crews are working on over 800 miles of county roads and road side ditches by mowing, trimming, removing debris, digging ditches, culverts, filling potholes, patching roadways, sign maintenance, vehicle maintenance and more.
Law Enforcement – Traffic Enforcement –
Commercial Vehicle Enforcement
Over 20 years of experience, approximately 4000 hours of training and a family history of law enforcement personnel, Lieutenant Michael Silvio supports this office with dedication and integrity. He accompanies the Commissioner and staff at meetings as a law enforcement liaison. His expertise makes him extremely valuable in regards to traffic enforcement, commercial vehicle enforcement, nuisance abatement and environmental investigations. Lieutenant Silvio currently holds a TCOLE license as a Master Peace Officer. He also is a licensed basic/intermediate/advanced police instructor and firearms instructor.
Sgt. Duane Burrell contributes to the this office and Precinct 2 with his extensive background (40 + years) as a former officer with the Texas Department of Public Safety. He maintains his TCOLE license as a Master Peace Officer and has multiple accommodations to his credit for his service in regards to law enforcement. He has a no nonsense approach for any individual or commercial vehicle operator that violates the law and puts the safety of the public at risk.
She’s a hometown lady that is a resource of information for everything relating to this office. Her family history goes back several generations for Montgomery County and parts of Harris County. She can connect most everyone within six degrees to any other person in the area. Having this type of background and her thorough expertise of most all things relating to the Montgomery County government makes her instrumental in the success of assisting the public and helping to coordinate the teams with current requests or work orders.