Contact Council Members
Brock Hill is the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation’s Deputy Commissioner for Parks and Conservation. He has served in this position since March 1, 2011 where he oversees Tennessee's 54 award-winning state parks and 82 state natural areas.
A native of Cumberland County, Hill brings a valuable combination of local government and small business experience reflecting 16 years as Cumberland County Mayor and more than 20 as operator of a family-owned small business in Crossville. As Cumberland County Mayor (1994-2010) Hill successfully led a growing county recognized for its successful strategic planning and thoughtful regional cooperation in the areas of economic and community development, workforce development, public health and water resource planning. Over the past ten years, he has also been instrumental in developing the Crossville region’s reputation as the “Golf Capitol of Tennessee”.
Hill is a recognized and respected advocate for parks, recreation and historical preservation and has been a long-time board member for the Tennessee Parks and Greenways Foundation as well as a member of the Advisory Board for Middle Tennessee State University's Center for Historic Preservation.
Hill holds a bachelor's degree in business management from Auburn University.
To contact Brock Hill, fill in the blanks below and hit the Submit button when your message is complete.