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Posted on: June 1, 2022

San Pablo Announces Mr. Allan Panganiban as the City's new Public Works Director/City Engineer

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San Pablo, CA) The City of San Pablo is pleased to announce the promotion of Mr. Allan Panganiban as City’s new Public Works Director/City Engineer who has served as the City’s Senior Civil Engineer since September 2018.

“After an extensive and exhaustive search, I am pleased to announce Mr. Panganiban as the City’s new Public Works Director and City Engineer,” stated San Pablo City Manager Matt Rodriguez.

“Mr. Panganiban is an accomplished municipal engineering professional with an impressive background, with nearly 34 years of extensive local government and private sector experience combined. He already knows San Pablo extensively, and brings to this position a solid engineering and project management background in capital project management. His promotion will enhance our Public Works Department, City organization, and the City’s Executive Management Team,” stated Rodriguez.

Mr. Panganiban earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from University of Maryland in 1988. He previously served in several engineering capacities as Acting/Interim City Engineer, Senior Civil Engineer, and Associate Civil Engineer in the City of Vallejo, CA from 2000 through 2017, and held a number of ascending civil engineering positions in private sector engineering firms from 1988 through 2000. Additionally, Mr. Panganiban is a registered/licensed Civil Engineer with the State of California since 1996, and maintains active professional affiliations with the American Public Works Association (APWA), American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), and the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE).

Mr. Panganiban’s official start date in his new position is Wednesday, June 1, 2022. His starting base salary is $184,284 annually.

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For more information, contact: Matt Rodriguez, San Pablo City Manager

Office: (510) 215-3016; Mobile: (510) 932-3594

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