Ron Tripp, Commissioner, Public Works

Ron Tripp
Ron Tripp
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Ron Tripp has more than 26 years of experience in local government with a proven track record of professional achievements. He brings to the position the ability to deliver public works programs with a commitment to continuous improvement, fiscal responsibility and operational efficiency.

Before joining the Region, Ron was the Commissioner of Operations with the City of St. Catharines. He has previously served as director of infrastructure services with the Town of Fort Erie and acting chief administration officer.

In addition to these more recent roles, Ron was previously employed by the City of St. Catharines as the assistant director of transportation and environmental services, and design and construction engineer.

Prior to his experience with St. Catharines and Fort Erie, he held positions with Niagara Region as a transportation engineer, project manager and worked for a private engineering consulting firm. Ron is a graduate of the University of Waterloo in Civil Engineering and holds a P. Eng licence with the Professional Engineers of Ontario.

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