David Jollimore appointed Deputy City Manager, Corporate Services at the City of Toronto

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On Wednesday, Toronto City Council unanimously approved the appointment of David Jollimore as Deputy City Manager, Corporate Services, following a comprehensive search. Jollimore will assume the role on Monday, December 18 and will report to City Manager Paul Johnson.

As Deputy City Manager, Jollimore will be responsible for managing the Corporate Real Estate Management, Customer Experience, Environment and Climate, Fleet Services, Technology Services and the Office of the Chief Information Security Officer divisions.

Known for his commitment to business process improvement, transformation and equity initiatives, Jollimore brings more than 30 years of experience in engineering, operations, supply chain management and process improvement to the role.

Jollimore joined the City of Toronto in 2014 as the Director of Business Performance Management. In 2017, he became Director, City-wide Real Estate Program. In September 2021, he became General Manager, Fleet Services, where he oversaw the provision and maintenance of more than 5,200 City vehicles, the modernization of fleet service delivery to drive significant reductions in downtime and maintenance costs and greening the City fleet to hit Net Zero targets by 2040 through the Sustainable Fleets plan. Prior to joining the City, Jollimore held positions at BlackBerry and Celestica.

Jollimore is a registered professional engineer (P.Eng.) and holds an engineering degree from Dalhousie University (formerly the Technical University of Nova Scotia).


“David brings with him an incredible set of accomplishments, experiences and skill sets across a variety of diverse fields that will enable him to make a significant impact in his new role as Deputy City Manager, Corporate Services. He is a trusted, respected and well-liked leader, who will no doubt excel in managing essential City divisions that keep the City working for our residents, visitors and staff.”
– Paul Johnson, City Manager

“I am excited and honoured to take this next step in the Toronto Public Service by rising to the challenge of managing the City’s corporate services. Having spent the better part of the last decade at the City, I see everyday the commitment, pride and desire to make a positive difference and I look forward to working with the City Manager, elected officials, the Corporate Services team and other City divisions and services, to strengthen the City’s corporate functions that will allow us to take on the important work that lies ahead.”
– David Jollimore, Deputy City Manager, Corporate Services

SOURCE City of Toronto

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