City of Fresno Names Public Works Director

FRESNO – Scott Mozier has been named the City of Fresno’s Public Works Director, City Manager Bruce Rudd announced today. Mozier began his career with the City of Fresno in 2002 and has served as the Public Works assistant director since 2006.

“Scott is a great problem solver, and he is highly committed to the City of Fresno,” Mayor Swearengin said. “He is respected by his colleagues, both inside City Hall, as well as throughout California for his professionalism and expertise on complicated projects like High-Speed Rail and other major infrastructure projects.”

Over the past several years, Mozier has played a key role in securing millions of dollars for various major projects including street improvements to Peach and Willow Avenues and the future construction of the Veteran’s Boulevard interchange at State Route 99. As the City’s lead contact for California’s proposed High-Speed Rail project, he has been actively involved with the engineering aspects of the local construction planning.

“Scott has an extensive engineering background in the area of public and private development and is well-regarded by the local business community,” Rudd said. “He has worked diligently throughout the years to ensure the quality and maintenance of the City’s diverse and ever-evolving infrastructure systems, and I am pleased that he will continue to play a leading role in these efforts.”

“We have a very capable team in Public Works which demonstrates their dedication and hard work for the community every day,” Mozier said. “I am humbled and thankful for the opportunity to work with Mayor Ashley Swearengin and City Manager Bruce Rudd to build and maintain our City’s critical infrastructure, and to serve the people of Fresno as their Public Works Director.”

Scott received a bachelor’s of science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of California at Davis. He is licensed by the State of California as a civil and traffic engineer.

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