The City of Norcross is proud to have celebrated 20 years with City Manager Rudolph Smith on June 3rd! Rudolph, a Berrien County-native from Alapaha, Georgia, has been a vital and key component in many business deals, marketing tactics and finance projects over the years.
Through his time with the city, he has played various roles and in each, he excelled greatly, not only accomplishing the city’s goals but exceeding their expectations every time. We are honored and proud to have him in our service and on our staff for so long and wish him all the best in his future with Norcross.
Rudolph Smith first joined the City of Norcross in 1998 and was promoted to the City Manager position in November of 2008. He earned a degree in Accounting and Business Administration from the Abraham Baldwin College in Tifton back in 1980. Rudolph began his governmental career in the City of Alapaha, Georgia where he served for 18 years in different positions including Grant Administrator, City Clerk, and City Manager. He has been involved in municipal/county government for over 33 Years.
Rudolph Smith also stays active in local clubs and organizations. He is an active member in the Norcross/Peachtree Rotary Club and spends his free time volunteering around Norcross at various public works foundations. Other accolades include YMCA Board Member, Glance Gwinnett graduate (2017) and a member of the Senior Leadership Class of 2018.
For those who dare to dream big and imagine the endless possibilities for growth, fun, learning, and living, you are in good hands with Norcross City Manager Rudolph Smith. He is at your service working diligently to ensure Norcross maintains its status as an eco-conscious community with a world-class art district, spectacular events, and a bustling historic downtown.
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