As the City Manager, my job is to carry out the policy goals of the City Council and to ensure that the City maintains services, programs, and facilities that meet the needs of the community in a fiscally responsible manner. I, and our City employees, take great pride in all the work that we do. Here, neighborhoods are built and maintained with residents in mind, services are designed to meet the needs of a diverse populace, and businesses are appreciated for their contributions to the community.
Under the leadership of the City Council, the employees of Mountain View work hard every day with our organizational values in mind:
Whether you are a resident, visitor, or business employee, I hope you will take the time to enjoy all Mountain View has to offer.
Thank you for visiting the City Manager’s Office. We hope the information provided is useful and helps you gain a general understanding of the services we provide. If there is any information you were looking for and could not find, please contact us so that we can continue to improve the usefulness of the website. The City Manager’s Office is committed to providing reliable information in a timely manner with exceptional customer service. If the Office of the City Manager can be of assistance to you, do not hesitate to contact us.
Again, thank you for visiting us! – Dan Rich, City Manager
Daniel H. Rich has been Mountain View’s City Manager since July of 2011. Prior to arriving in Mountain View, Dan served as City Manager of Campbell for six years. Dan has over 25 years of public management experience, including four years in Belmont, nine years in Sunnyvale, and five years working for members of Congress. Dan is a Bay Area native and received a Bachelor's Degree from U.C. Berkeley and a Master's in Public Policy from Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. He is a member of the International City/County Management Association.
Assistant City Manager Audrey Seymour Ramberg has 20 years of local government experience on the Peninsula. Before coming to Mountain View, she served as the Finance Director in Redwood City, and was also that city’s Assistant City Manager. Earlier in her career, she was Assistant City Manager in Menlo Park for seven years and worked for Palo Alto and San Mateo County. Audrey has a Bachelor’s Degree from Duke University and a MBA from Stanford University. She is a member of the International City/County Management Association, the Society for Human Resource Management, and the California Society of Municipal Finance Officers.