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City of Avondale hires Director of Development & Engineering Services

Avondale has hired Kevin Murphy, P.E., as its new Director of Development and Engineering Services (DES).
Post Date:12/05/2019

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City of Avondale hires Director of Development & Engineering Services

The City of Avondale has hired Kevin Murphy, P.E., as its new Director of  Development and Engineering Services (DES). Murphy will join the City on Jan. 6, filling a vacancy left by former DES Director, Tracy Stevens, who was recently promoted to Deputy City Manager.

Kevin Murphy’s public sector experience spans more than 30 years, including 11 years as Public Works director for Lake Havasu City, where he managed a department of 158 and oversaw a multi-million dollar budget for a variety of capital and infrastructure  projects. During the last 11 years, he has managed a civil engineering office that primarily provided engineering for public works related projects. Kevin Murphy holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of New Mexico.

“Kevin joins Avondale at a time of tremendous growth. With so many capital projects in the pipeline, as well as new development coming in to the city, Kevin’s experience will be invaluable in leading the team of professionals in the Development and Engineering Services Department,” said Charles Montoya, Avondale City Manager.  

The Department of Development and Engineering Services is responsible for the administration of the Planning, Engineering, Development Services Center, and Building Safety whose functions include land use planning, zoning, transportation, transit, sustainability, engineering plan review, capital improvement projects, code enforcement, building permits and inspections.   For more information visit www.avondaleaz.gov or call (623) 333-4000.   

Kevin Murphy DES Avondale

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