Information Technology

The Information Technology department provides support to all City departments for all technology equipment and software including; computers, servers, desk phones, cell phones, printers/scanners/copiers, network devices, and other department-specific technologies. The IT department does not provide technology support or assistance to members of the public.

Department activities include developing, implementing and maintaining long-range policies, standards, and equipment inventories; preventive maintenance and repair programs; implementation and enforcement of cybersecurity measures; as well as providing training, on-going user support, and day-to-day troubleshooting on all equipment. A funding mechanism is in place for the replacement of computers, printers and related equipment and software. Based on equipment age and type, charges will be assessed to each department and transferred into the Information Technology Operations Fund where those funds will be held in reserve. 

The over-arching purpose for the Information Technology department is to ensure that the City of Eureka functions smoothly and efficiently in all areas, with the support and implementation of relevant technology and equipment. In a world that is seeing constant advancements in the field of technology, it is important that city governments continue to be leaders in the careful assessment and implementation of such resources to further serve the public good. 

Contact information:

IT Helpdesk
(707) 441-HELP

 IT Manager  Senior IT Analyst


Eddy Noggle

Derek Howard

 IT Analysts  

Dan Sarver

Zach Pole

David Wallaker

 IT Specialists  

   Macland Ashurst


    Nick Hokman

  Brian Cobine