Interim City Manager

Change in Government, Change in Leadership

The Beaverton City Council has appointed Kurt Wilson as the city’s first Interim City Manager and newest member of Beaverton’s management team. Welcome, Kurt!

Wilson most recently served the City of Stockton, California, first as the Deputy City Manager and then as the City Manager. His local government employment began in 2006 with the City of San Bernardino, California as the Director of the Office of Community Safety and Violence Prevention.

He then transitioned to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, where he served as the Chief of External Affairs and then the Executive Director of the Correction Standards Authority. His first City Manager role was with the City of Ridgecrest, California. Wilson has also served as an elected city councilor, Mayor pro-tem and commissioner.

“As someone who has worked as an elected official and as a city manager, I am familiar with the benefits, challenges, and opportunities of a council-manager form of government,” said Kurt Wilson. “I’m honored to serve in this transitional role so I can be part of a team that will continue to deliver strong results and allow others to share my excitement for this historic change.”