Jason Caudle

Jason Caudle became Lancaster’s Deputy City Manager in 2008. He has been integral in developing and implementing multi-scaled sustainable energy projects, as well as Lancaster’s award-winning downtown district, “The BLVD.” Caudle has overseen formation of the Lancaster Power Authority, California Clean Energy Authority, and Lancaster Choice Energy – the City’s Community Choice Aggregate. Caudle has continuously worked with City planners and solar energy developers to promote a number of ongoing public-private partnerships. Previously, Caudle was Vice President of Public Finance for Kinsell, Newcomb & De Dios, as well as City Manager of Tehachapi, where he established a Redevelopment Agency and formed a police department, among other civic improvements. Caudle holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Master’s degree in Public Policy and Administration, both from California State University Bakersfield (CSUB).A family man, Jason enjoys spending time with his wife Leslie and their two children, Jackson and Kennedy.