Mayor Bill Clarkson
Vice Mayor David E. Hudson
Councilmember Jim Livingstone
Councilmember Philip G. O'Loane
Councilmember Scott Perkins
2226 Camino Ramon
Phone: (925) 973-2530
The City Council is elected by the citizens to provide overall policy direction to ensure that the business of the City is conducted in an orderly and efficient manner. The City Council enacts ordinances, resolutions, and orders, necessary for governing the affairs of the City, and promotes the economic, cultural, and governmental well being of the City of San Ramon.
The City Manager provides professional leadership in the management of the City and execution of City Council policies. The City manager provides effective municipal services through the coordination and direction of all City activities, finances, and personnel.
The City Attorney renders timely, professional legal advice to the City Council and City departments; prepares, amends, and reviews official City documents, laws and regulations, and represents the City in litigation, including civil worker's compensation and council matters.
The Administrative Services Department is responsible for providing a variety of services to other departments and the public. The Department consists of four Divisions; the Finance Division, Information Technology Division, Employee Services Division and the Central Services Division. Each division has its own individual purpose as provided in the Division “Statement of Purpose”.
The City Clerk is the custodian of all legal and official City records, is responsible for conducting municipal elections, processing public requests for information, administering Conflict of Interest requirements, organizing and publishing City Council agenda, and is the recording Clerk for all City Council meetings.
The Economic Development Department is responsible for activities that protect, improve, and diversify the San Ramon economy. It is also responsible for addressing the City's affordable housing problems and the Redevelopment Agency, which focuses its efforts on the economic and physical blight in specific project areas within the City.
The Engineering Services Division is responsible for the administration and implementation of the Capital Improvement Program (CIP), the federally mandated Stormwater Pollution Control Program, managing and coordinating the City's Geographic Information System (GIS) Enterprise Server and application developments, traffic engineering, and for the review and inspection of development projects.
The Parks and Community Services Department provides a wide variety of cultural, sporting, and educational events and programming for all segments of the San Ramon community. The Department is responsible for partnering with Contra Costa County in managing the San Ramon Library, and partnering with cities in the Tri-Valley to oversee management of the government access channel.
The Planning/Community Development Department is responsible for the following divisions and programs: Building and Safety Services, Planning Services, and Transportation Services.
The Police Services Department is responsible for the safety and welfare of the citizens of San Ramon by ensuring and maintaining effective law enforcement systems, such as crime prevention, traffic enforcement, patrol, criminal investigations, vice and narcotic enforcement, and community relations.
The Public Services Department is responsible for the Street Maintenance Services, Lighting and Landscaping District Maintenance, and Solid Waste Services functions.