Foster City's Top Administrator Stepping Down
Foster City Manager Jeff Moneda Is leaving for another job in Southern California. He will depart on June 7.
“This has been the best city that I have worked for and I have had the privilege to work with the best teammates that a city manager could have asked for,” Moneda said in a statement. “Working with such talented and dedicated teammates has been a pleasure and the city is in such great shape because of all of [their] contributions.”
Moneda has worked for Foster City for the past five years. He was hired as Public Works director in 2014 and took over the chief executive’s position in 2018. Before Foster City, he worked for the Public Works departments of Chula Vista, La Palma, and Milpitas.
During his tenure, Moneda oversaw large capital projects like the levee protection planning and improvements project and a wastewater treatment plant improvement project. The city also transferred fire services to the San Mateo Consolidated Fire Department Joint Powers Authority under his watch.
Read more about Moneda’s departure at The Daily Journal.