On Monday, November 14, City Manager Erdal Donmez welcomed Roberto Hernandez as the new Deputy City Manager. Hernandez has over 20 years of progressive and responsible local government management experience.
“I look forward to leveraging Rob’s operational expertise to continue delivering exceptional services to our community with the best possible level of service,” Donmez said.
"I'm excited to be able to serve the residents of the City of Coral Springs as a Deputy City Manager," Hernandez said.
Prior to joining Coral Springs, Hernandez was the Deputy County Manager for Fulton County since 2008. Hernandez also served as an Assistant to the County Administrator for Broward County. Before that, Hernandez served in a number of key roles with local government. His professional experience includes key positions in public safety, housing and community development, and social services. In addition, his military service includes more than 23 years in the U.S. Army Reserves. He has held several leadership positions and has served on Active Duty in support of several military operations.
Hernandez holds a Master of Public Administration degree from Nova Southeastern University and a Bachelor of Public Administration from Florida International University. Hernandez also obtained his certification in firefighting from the Broward Fire Academy.