Community Services Director Andy Agle to Retire at the End of the Year

September 20, 2022 2:20 PM

City of Santa Monica Community Services Director Andy Agle announced today that he will retire from City service at the end of the year. Agle has held Department leadership roles for the last 15 years, first as the Director of Housing and Economic Development (2007 – 2020) and then as the Director of the Community Services Department (2020 – present). A resident of Santa Monica, Agle began his 24-year tenure with the City in 1998 in the Planning and Community Development Department. 

"I started my career in local government more than three decades ago because it was and is foundational to me that my work makes a difference in people’s lives, particularly those with the greatest needs," said Agle. "I am so grateful that my time with the City has supported my passion for making a difference in the community where I live. I have been blessed to have worked with colleagues who are talented, dedicated, and caring. Santa Monica is incredibly fortunate to be supported by such passionate and capable public servants who are dedicated to enriching the experience of those of us who live here."

During his time with the City of Santa Monica, Andy has led teams whose accomplishments include: 

"Andy is a talented leader who has positively impacted so many aspects of life in Santa Monica. including bringing about long-term strategies around affordable housing and economic development to meeting emerging community needs with novel programs like the Preserving Our Diversity Program." said City Manager David White. "We’re grateful for his steadfast service and we’ll miss his positive, solution-oriented presence."

Agle’s last day will be December 15. 

Starting December 16, Assistant Director of Community Services Danielle Noble will become the Acting Director. Noble has served as Assistant Director of Community Services since the 2020 restructuring and was the Assistant Director of the Community and Cultural Services Department since 2017. Before that time, she was the City’s Deputy City Manager for three years. Noble came to Santa Monica in 2005 after serving in programmatic and development roles for nonprofit social service providers.

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