Kevin A. Doble

Senior Project Manager

Mr. Kevin Doble is a Senior Project Manager, Government Relations, and Storm Water Specialist. He spent most of his younger years around the Land Surveying and Engineering business. Growing up, working for his father he started at a young age on the survey crew and spent many summers working in the field. Kevin has a broad range of experience from both the public and private sectors, he spent six years working for the Sonoma County PRMD in the Grading and Storm Water Section, and has reviewed thousands of development projects which has provided him with specific knowledge of the county requirements as they relate to land development.  Also while at PRMD he was the Lead in developing the standards for the County Grading and Drainage Ordinance as well as one of the original technical team members for developing the City of Santa Rosa Low Impact Development Requirements. Since Joining DobleThomas & Associates in 2006, Kevin has been a senior designer, project manager, senior project manager, and principal of the Ukiah office. Kevin has managed nearly all of the firms engineering and planning projects since 2007 and has handled all of the firms government relations work, allowing him to cultivate key relationships with nearly every public agency in Sonoma, Napa, and Mendocino Counties, which has led to successfully completing some of most controversial and complex projects for our clients.

Kevin participates in many Civic activities in the Ukiah area and throughout the Northbay. He is currently the Mayor for the City of Ukiah, a Board Member on the Russian River Watershed Association, a LAFCo Commissioner, Board Member for Mendocino Economic Development Corporation, Commissioner for Mendocino Inland Water & Power Commission, and Ex-officio Member of the Greater Ukiah Chamber of Commerce.

Kevin lives in Ukiah and has two boys Cadence (13) and Milo (10) who keep him very busy with youth sports.

  • Home Office: Ukiah, CA

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