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The City Manager is appointed by the City Council and is responsible for administration of City operations, and ensuring that all laws, ordinances, and policies are met, and that all contracts, franchises, permits and privileges granted by the City are observed.
Dave Norman was appointed to the position of City Manager by unanimous vote of the City Council and assumed his duties on April 5, 2016, after having served as Camarillo’s Assistant City Manager in 2015, and as the City’s Community Development Director from late 2012 to early 2015. He has oversight management responsibility for all departments, divisions, and offices of the City including City Manager’s Office, City Attorney, City Clerk’s Office, Community Development, Finance, Fire Department, Administrative Services, Police Department, and Public Works. Mr. Norman also serves as the Treasurer, District Manager of the Camarillo Sanitary District, Executive Director of the Camarillo Community Development Commission, Executive Director of the Camarillo Public Finance Authority, President/General Manager and Chief Executive Officer of the Camarillo Capital Improvement Corporation, and Executive Director of the Industrial Development Authority.
The City Manager is appointed by the City Council, and is the administrative head of the City of Camarillo. As such, the City Manager is responsible for the administration of all affairs of the City, including ensuring that all laws and ordinances are enforced, and that all franchises, permits and privileges granted by the City are observed. It is also the duty of the City Manager to give direction to all department heads, subordinate officers, and employees of the City.
Mr. Norman previously served as City Manager in the California cities of Port Hueneme, Cypress, and Aliso Viejo. He holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration, and is an International City/County Management Association Credentialed Manager (ICMA-CM). He is a mentor in ICMA’s Emerging Leaders Development Program, and actively participates in the League of California Cities Policy Development Committee Program.