Mr. Ramirez was elected to the Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District Board in 2016. He is currently the Secretary and serving on the District’s Personnel Committee.
Mr. Ramirez began his career in the water industry in the 1990’s installing water and sewer pipelines for Tri-Boring. From there, he worked at various national organizations helping them become highly successful in fundraising and marketing before earning his Master’s in Public Administration from Cal-Baptist University and Water Distribution Certification.
His diverse experience includes consulting the Fire Chief in the City of Hemet where he worked on developing budget and operational efficiencies, personnel resolution, and CERT outreach. Presently, Mr. Ramirez serves at the City of San Jacinto primarily in public works, staff development, program analysis, public-private partnerships, and community relations. His recent accomplishments include implementing two Recycled Water retrofits, managing several million dollars in Public Works budgets, and obtaining hundreds of thousands of dollars in water conservation grants.
Mr. Ramirez’s commitment to the Beaumont-Cherry Valley community is demonstrated through his support of updates on the district website, promoting the importance of protecting water infrastructure, and attending church with his family. His mission on the BCVWD Board is to simply ensure clean, affordable water with the highest level of customer service.