Mr. Ramirez was elected to the Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District Board in 2016. As a voting Director he also serves on the District’s Personnel and Public Relations Ad-Hoc Communication Committees.
Director Ramirez began his career in the water industry in the 1990’s installing water and sewer pipelines for various municipalities. His broad background includes consulting the Hemet Fire Department on budget development, operational efficiencies, personnel resolution, and outreach. For several years he also served as a senior development and operations manager for two broadcasting networks and other large non-profit organizations. Presently, Mr. Ramirez is a manager in Public Works at the City of San Jacinto. His accomplishments include implementing five recycled water retrofits, managing several million dollars in Public Works budgets, and securing hundreds of thousands of dollars in water conservation grants.
Mr. Ramirez holds a Master’s in Public Administration from California Baptist University and a Water Distribution Certification from the California State Water Resources Board.
Mr. Ramirez is committed to protecting the water district’s infrastructure, implementing recycled water for landscape, and ensuring the highest level of customer service to the region.