Romney Institute Alumni Board

Clayton Fulton, MPA 2008

Clayton Fulton, MPA 2008

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Job Title: Assistant City Manager
Company: City of Hurst, Texas
Location: Texas, United States


  • ICMA
  • TCMA
  • Anything adventurous
  • Off roading
  • Hiking
  • Anything outdoors
  • Spending time with his children
  • Traveling


Clayton Fulton currently serves as the Assistant City Manager of the City of Hurst, Texas (population 39,000). Clayton joined the Hurst team in 2016 as the Executive Director of Strategic and Fiscal Services and was promoted to Assistant City Manager in 2018. He currently oversees all financial operations, information technology, public works, and utility billing. He also works with the City Council to administer an annual citizen survey and assists in developing the City’s Strategic Plan. Clayton also serves on the board of the Texas Coalition for Affordable Power as well as overseeing all city interactions with utility providers. Prior to employment with Hurst, Clayton served as Finance Director for the City of Anna, Texas and served as a program specialist for the State of Utah. His career has also included time as a brick mason and crew foreman for his family’s construction company: Full-Ton Masonry.

Clayton graduated from Brigham Young University’s Romney Institute of Public Management with a Master of Public Administration degree in 2008. Clayton also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from BYU. Prior to transferring to BYU, Clayton received an Associate of Science degree from LDS Business College in General Studies and Business Management.

Clayton was born and raised in Salt Lake County, Utah and currently lives in North Richland Hills, Texas. He and his wife, Kristi, are the very proud parents of five children: two daughters, Kaylee and Lauren, and three sons, Braden, Parker, and Brody. Clayton spends most of his free time working on home projects or spending time outdoors with his family, and challenging his kids to learn they can do hard things.