Johannes Hoevertsz Will Lead Sonoma County Transportation and Public Works

Sonoma County has promoted its deputy director of Transportation and Public Works. Pending approval of his contract, Johannes Hoevertsz will become head of the agency Oct. 10 at an annual salary of $179,210. He is replacing retiring Director Susan Klassen.

Hoevertsz has been with the county’s Transportation and Public Works department since 2015, overseeing the Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport, as well as the solid waste, water, and transit divisions. He previously worked for Fresno and Madera counties.

“I am humbled and honored to have been entrusted with the leadership of the Department of Transportation and Public Works,” Hoevertsz said in a statement.

Sonoma County’s Transportation and Public Works department has a $142.3 million budget and 165 employees. It oversees the county’s roads, airport and public transit services among others.

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