Todd Rullman began his career with the City of Hayward in 1998 as a Laborer in the Streets Maintenance Division. Through hard work, diligence, and motivation, he was promoted to Streets Maintenance Supervisor in 2010, followed by a promotion to Streets Maintenance Manager in 2012. Todd was officially promoted to Department Director in May 2015.
Throughout his career, Todd has been an integral part of the Maintenance Services Department and was responsible for initiating and promoting many organizational changing programs that included the Illegal Dumping Ordinance, Street Sweeping Enforcement Program, and implementing a pro-active approach to graffiti reduction throughout the City.
As an active partner in the Hayward community, Todd works with Hayward residents and volunteer groups such as the Keep Hayward Clean and Green Task Force, the Adopt-a-Block Program, and various other neighborhood volunteer groups.
Originally from the Bay Area, Todd earned an Associates of Arts degree from Chabot College in General Education. He then went on to attend California State University Stanislaus (CSUS) in Turlock, Ca. His time as a student-athlete culminated with the honor of being named a Division II All American as a pitcher for CSUS. He is married and is the father of two girls and two boys. Todd enjoys volunteering in his local community as a coach for various youth sports and activities.
Todd is an active member of the International City/County Management Association, Maintenance Superintendents Association, American Public Works Association, and the Municipal Management Association of Northern California.