1. Join E-Subscriptions
  2. Submit a Service Request
  3. Pay Your City Utility Bill
  4. Sign Up for a Class
  5. eTrakit/Online Permitting
  6. Employment Opportunities
  7. Buy Grand Theatre Tickets
  8. Watch Live Council Meetings
  9. Submit an Online Police Report
  10. Tracy Municipal Code
  11. Master Fee Schedule
A A A

Press Release

City of Tracy Public Works Director Announces Retirement

Posted: Jul 15, 2015
Location: Tracy, Calif.

After nearly 31 years of serving in local government, David Ferguson, City of Tracy Public Works Director, is announcing his retirement.

“I would like to thank the City of Tracy for giving me the opportunity to accomplish my career goal which was to become a Public Works Director, but more importantly the ability to contribute to a thriving community that provides opportunity for creative thinking in how services are delivered,” stated Ferguson.

Prior to working for the City of Tracy, Ferguson served as the Assistant Public Works Director for the City of Oakland and supervised over 260 employees. He has been in public works management since 1988, and spent most of his career with the cities of Hayward and Oakland. Ferguson progressed through the ranks from a Street Maintenance Worker to his recent position as Public Works Director.

Ferguson was instrumental in a number of projects such as enhancing Tracy’s sustainability and recycling efforts by implementing Big Belly refuse and recycling units throughout the City, administering the City’s LED street light conversion project, development and implementation of standard operating procedures, and aiding in the transformation of El Pescadero Park, McDonald Park and Legacy Fields. 

“We certainly appreciate David’s contributions to the community and to the organization,” stated City Manager, Troy Brown. “David entered the organization during a time of transition and successfully led one of the largest departments in the City. We wish him well on his retirement, he deserves it.”

David was appointed as the Public Works Director for the City of Tracy on August 12, 2013. Ferguson’s official last day with the City of Tracy is October 15, 2015. The recruitment to fill the Public Works Director position will begin in August 2015.
Sitemap   |   Privacy Policy   |   Site Policy   |   Employee Login   |  
Bookmark and Share               
Website Design and Development by Jel