City Manager Ray Kerridge is responsible for the City’s strategic vision, implementing City Council policy and the administration of day-to-day operations. The City Manager's Office includes the City Manager and staff and the Office of External Affairs, which includes Media Relations, Government Relations, e-Government Administration, Broadcast Services, and Neighborhood Services.
Kerridge was selected as City Manager by the Roseville City Council after a 10-month, nationwide search that attracted more than 60 applicants. Amidst a highly competitive field, his strong vision, leadership, and commitment to customer service stood out.
Previously, Kerridge served as City Manager of Sacramento. He joined the City of Sacramento in January 2005 as the Assistant City Manager for Development and oversaw several departments including Development Services, Utilities, Transportation, and Economic Development. In addition, he was the Director of the Development Services Department. In February 2006, he was appointed City Manager.
Kerridge was the City of Portland’s Director of the Bureau of Development Services, where he made efficiency-based changes in the permitting process; he is recognized for being the catalyst to major customer service improvements in Portland, and worked there for 25 years.
Kerridge is originally from London, and began his government career as a structural plans examiner and inspector for the Greater London Council. Prior to this, he worked as a site engineer and in the design office of a structural engineering firm.
Roseville is a full-service city providing police, fire, sewer, garbage, water, electric and parks, recreation and libraries services. Kerridge oversees 15 departments and 1,000 full-time employees. The City operates under the Council-Manager form of municipal government. The City Council enacts laws and establishes administrative policy for the City.
Roseville is 31 square miles and is located 16 miles northeast of Sacramento and 102 miles northeast of San Francisco. Roseville incorporated in April 1909 and has an estimated population of 115,781 residents in 2010. The Top 10 employers include Kaiser Permanente, Hewlett-Packard, Sutter Roseville Medical Center, Union Pacific Railroad, Pride Industries, Wal-Mart (2 stores), Telefunken (formerly Renesas Electronics Corp. and NEC), City of Roseville, Roseville Elementary School District, and Roseville Joint Union High School District.
City of Roseville
311 Vernon Street
Roseville, CA 95678