Assistant City Manager
As the City of Chula Vista’s Assistant City Manager, Scott Tulloch coordinates operations of all city departments except Police and Fire.
Tulloch joined the City as Director of Engineering in December 2006 and was named Assistant City Manager less than a year later.
As City Engineer, Tulloch worked with the City’s management team to ensure the delivery of reliable and well-managed infrastructure. In addition, Tulloch represented the City on regional engineering issues such as transportation and wastewater treatment systems.
Before joining the City of Chula Vista, Tulloch served as the Director of the Metropolitan Wastewater Department in San Diego. There he managed a workforce of 1,000 employees and administered an annual budget of $500 million. Before Tulloch was promoted to director in 2001, he managed a $1.5 billion capital improvement program for San Diego’s regional wastewater system.
Tulloch completed a career in the U.S. Army 1994, a full Colonel in the Corps of Engineers. He oversaw a host of functions including: public works; construction; design; fire protection; water and electricity supply; flood control; deep draft harbors; and federal water resource activities.