DNR Director Riley steps down

DNR Director Riley steps down
Courtesy/Nebraska Dept. of Natural Resources Facebook page — Tom Riley, Director of the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources.
July 9th, 2024 | Governor's Office

Gov. Jim Pillen has announced that Tom Riley, director of the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will be leaving his position with the state and transitioning back to the private sector. Riley’s last day with the agency will be Aug. 2. He was appointed director of DNR in November 2020.

“I appreciate Director Riley’s public service to the state, and I wish him the best in all future endeavors,” said Gov. Pillen. The Governor’s office says further determinations about interim leadership and the pending appointment of an agency director will be announced at a future date.


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