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Deputy City Manager

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Douglas Hutchens, Deputy City Manager

Doug HutchensDouglas Hutchens was hired in October, 1986 as Assistant Director of Public Works & Utilities.

Doug holds BS degrees in both Civil Engineering and Construction Management from Wayne State University (Detroit, MI) and Michigan State University (East Lansing, MI) respectively. He was also awarded a MS degree in Systems Management from the Florida Institute of Technology (Melbourne, FL).

A Senior Cost Engineer with Planning Research Corporation, Doug provided project management services on orbiter ground support and base operations contracts on NASA Space Shuttle related work at the Kennedy Space Center. Earlier in his career Doug served as a graduate engineer with Davy McKee Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio conducting design and construction plan assessments and economic cost projections on oil refineries and other petrochemical related projects for major domestic and international industry clients.

As Assistant Director, and eventually Director in 2003, Doug provided direct supervision of Dunedin’s Engineering Section operations and served as project manager on design and/or construction of several municipal projects including the City’s Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants; Spring Training Facilities; Dunedin Public Library; Dr. William E. Hale Activity Center; Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Recreation Center; Fleet Facility Expansion for the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office; Fire Administration Building; and Solid Waste Administration Building.
Doug was promoted to Deputy City Manager in October, 2013 and served as Interim City Manager from January, 2016-September 2017.
Contact Doug Hutchens:
City Hall, 542 Main St.
Dunedin, FL 34698

727-298-3012 (Fax)

FFMCA AwardAt the May 19, 2016, City Commission meeting, the city received a commendation from the IMCA, (International City/County Management Association) in recognition of 90 years of our city's management of a council-management form of government.

City Surplus Property List -09.20.19

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