St. Augustine: State of the City
Featured Speaker: John P. Regan, P.E., City Manager
Join us on Friday, March 13th as St. Augustine City Manager, John P. Regan, P.E. presents the State of the City Address while enjoying a light breakfast provided by Ameris Bank
John Regan, P.E. is the City of St Augustine city Manager. He is a University of Florida graduate in Environmental Engineering with a minor in Environmental Sciences. John has been with the city of St. Augustine since 1998, serving as the Utilities Director and Chief Operations Officer until his promotion to City Manager in 2010. Prior to the City of St. Augustine, John served in progressively responsible engineering roles at Gainesville Regional Utilities over a ten-year period. He is extremely published in technical engineering topics and is a frequent speaker in the fields of historic preservation and city management.
He currently serves on the Board of Advocates for the University of Florida Historic Preservation Department and the Board of Directors for the United Way of St. Johns County and is a member of Rotary International.
In 2017 John was recognized by the University of Florida College of Design, Construction and Planning 2017 Beinecke-Reeves Distinguished Achievement Award in Historic Preservation.
In 2016 John was bestowed the medal of Isabel la Catolica by King Felipe VI, Spain in recognition of exceptional services to promote the cultural relationship between St. Augustine and Spain.
Wake up and smell the coffee! At this first-thing-in-the-morning networking opportunity to connect with current Chamber members and business professionals in a structured yet relaxed awe inspiring environment while gaining insightful information.
The mission of the Historic St. Augustine Area Council is to address issues within the historic district such as historic preservation, tourism and business growth. The council’s goal is to bring members the most current information on tourism trends, local and state initiatives that have economic impact on business in the historic district. The focus of the council is to make the nation's oldest city a better place for residents and visitors as well as enhance the opportunities of the business community.